Doodles for hairstyles. I need more hair flowers. Ballpoint Pen, coloured pencil.
I love her hair, how it fades to a bright turquoise. Anyway, a curvy black pin up girl, who started out as a really rough pen sketch, that I decided on a whim to colour in. Hence, why there’s that mess-up line near her ankle. 0.1 mm Carbon pen, Kuretake brush pens, water, glitter, glue.
Just a doodle of a lady fixing her hair. 0.5 mm Ballpoint pen, Kuretake Brush pens, water.
A quick little doodle, I was watching some of LisaFreemontStreet‘s tutorials on vintage hairstyles, and got inspired by the snood (snoods are a type of hair net, that were used for decorative purposes). 0.1 mm Carbon Pen.
I liked her so much I finished her. The hair took the longest to do, but I’m really happy with how much they remind me of cinnamon buns. I kind of wish she had feet, but when I tried drawing them in, they just wouldn’t. Prints are available here. Adobe Illustrator CS3
Not the dog, the hairstyle. You may be more familiar with it if you’ve ever watched “I Love Lucy” seeing as Lucille Ball sported this ‘do quite regularly. Just a doodle of a pin up girl in capris and a crop top ready for the summer heat. 0.1 mm pen and 0.5 mm pen.
A quick doodle of a hairstyle, it’s a modified Gibson roll ( I think). I liked her profile here. On an unrelated note, there is a very angry duck in my backyard. He/She is complaining about something fierce. 0.5 mm Ballpoint pens.
The fourth piece in the series. There may be more to come. Done using Paint Tool Sai.