Some mermaid-y ice cream for Mermay. Haven’t drawn food in a while so I’m a tad rusty, but I also haven’t had ice cream in a while so there’s that too.
Watercolors, Finetec Inks, White Gel Pen, Kuretake Markers, Copic Markers, Pigment Liners
It’s that time of year where I make some Christmas cards for a select few. I made a total of 4 this year, and this one was for S. She’s received it a while ago now, so it’s safe to post it. And from her response she really liked it.
Done using black cardstock, homemade glitter paste, pearls, rhinestones and gold ink.
Day 17 is a fail, didn’t know where I was go with this one, so she looks stiff and disproportionate. Tomorrow will hopefully be better. Also I think I’m starting to get sick.
FW Acrylic ink, Water, Brush, Kuretake Brush Pen in Wine, and White Gel Pen.
Two merlady doodles. The one on the left I messed up her hand so I ended up covering it with hair.
Can I just say how incredibly frustrating it is trying to grow your hair out! Mine grows so slowly 😦
In other news my spider friend is either dead or has moved to my older brother’s bedroom windowsill.
Pencils in red and purple, 0.5 mm Black Ballpoint Pen.
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.
Yay! Another big-haired mermaid. She looks terribly bored, at least she’s not floating on air.
0.5 mm Black Ballpoint pen.