Haven’t done any drawing in a while. This image was floating around in my head the past few days, and it was nice to take it back to the good old days of drawings don solely in ballpoint pen. I feel like this has been done before, not by me, but I feel like I’ve […]
A little break from the Christmas cards, as the last two still have to be flung at their intended victims. The weather has been eerily warm here in Ontario the past week, so it had me thinking of pretty soft pastels and florals. Copics, White Gel Pen, Multiliner, Washi Tape
Witchy boots. I need to find a pair like these in my size. Ink, Carbon Pen, White Gel Pen
I was just thinking about how garter belts with stockings are way more comfortable than modern day tights, at least for me they are. Anyway, this is the more feminine counterpart of my sock garters post from a while back. Enjoy! 0.1 mm Carbon Ink Pen, Orange 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.
It’s rare that I draw any rough sketches in pencil. This is just a lovely pin up girl showing you where she hides her flask. I’m very tempted to colour this.
Skeleton girl pin up. I want her hair. You can buy prints here. Happy Canada Day to my fellow Canucks! Adobe Illustrator CS3, Paint Tool Sai.
Voted today. It’s been raining a lot lately, last night was an impressive electrical storm. The weather has me feeling tired and like my brain is in a fog. 0.5 mm black ballpoint pen, 0.5 mm red mechanical pencil.
“Z” was a young woman who worked with us for a short time, and had asked me to design a ‘hardcore/heavy metal” pin-up girl tattoo for her. This was done about 3 years ago. “Z” asked that the pinup be wearing latex, a collar and buckle-covered boots. Paint Tool Sai.