I’m late, but that’s hardly surprising. I hope that 2016 is an amazing year for all of you, and that you all achieve what you set out to. With that being said, I’m am so damn grateful that 2015 is finally over. For me it was a terrible year, and I hope to never haveContinue reading “2016”
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.
A couple of doodles from the other day. Nothing special, also it looks like she has four ears up there, but there’s only supposed to be the two coloured in. 0.5 mm Ballpoint pens, Brush pen.
Very displeased with her face and hair. I’m going to redraw her face/hairdo, or draw a new on and paste over it. 0.5 mm Ballpoint pen, red pencil.
Bikini babe. 0.5 mm Ballpoint pen, red pencil.
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.
Lazy Sunday doodles, of devilish pin up girls in stacked heels. 0.5 mm Ballpoint pen.
Just a doodle of a lady fixing her hair. 0.5 mm Ballpoint pen, Kuretake Brush pens, water.
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.
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