…with drawing big hair. I feel like most of the doodles I do to de-stress are cute ladies with big hairdos. Not that this is a complaint, I love drawing hair. Prismacolour col-Erase Pencils in Black and Pink
Just some doodles of hair from my favourite overly-extravagant period of French history. Y’know back when pompadours and putting mini boats in your hair was all the rage 😉 0.5 mm black ballpoint and pink pencil.
Another late evening doodle. She’s kind of how I want to make my friend look (hair wise). Big hair is amazing. Pencil Crayons, Ballpoint pen.
These are test runs of mixing coloured ink with coloured pencil. You’ll notice the blush gets softer with each face, which is progress. These are very 1870s Victorian ladies minus the top left, and middle right faces. I want to turn these into some holiday card/prints. 0.5 mm Black Ballpoint, 0.5 mm Pencil, Coloured pencils, […]
She’s posing like one of those old movie starlets. Also her hair seems to be off-kilter a little. Also!! I succeeded in posting one thing everyday for 90 days! I achieved my goal! So from now on I may not be posting quite as often, I’ll stop spamming up all your dashboards 🙂 Have a […]
I think she’s headed to a funeral. 0.5 mm Ballpoint pen, Kuretake brush pens, water.
My OC Mina again, only dressed, and with a baby dragon. 0.5 mm Ballpoint pens, brush pen, water.
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
I like that most of her hair is actually flowers. 0.5 mm ballpoint pens.
I’m really enjoying drawing these little mermaid ladies. I liked this one so much, I chose to colour her in. I added some glitter to her tail to make the scales look wet. Kuretake Brush Pens, 0.3 mm Pigment liner, glitter, glue, water.