Didn’t feel like doing an Inktober today, wanted to draw something colourful and bright. Eehh, that background is not the greatest, but after messing with it for a while, I’m willing to accept it won’t turn out quite how I want is as it was unplanned. Markers, Ink, White Gel Pen.
A quick little sketch of Marilyn Monroe, my portrait skills are very rusty. Ballpoint Pen, Pencil..
A commission that was a memorial piece for a sweet girl who passed away a little while ago. Copic Markers, Pencil Crayons, White Ink.
A draw this in your style that I actually remembered to draw. I’ve seen these around Instagram a lot, and always plan to join in, but forget or run out of time. So It was nice to finally participate. Her shirt turned out to be my favourite. Below is the original by @rafaela.perasininc:
Been really into shorter hair lately, but I’m not cutting mine, I’m still trying to convince it to grow. Ballpoint Pen, Red Pencil, White Gel Pen
Quick sketch, used a reference from my People & Faces board on Pinterest. Purple Pencil, and Pink Pencil.
I feel like, my finished pieces never live up to my sketches. Or rather my sketches have more life in them. Finetec watercolours in Gold, Kuretake Brush Pens, FW Acrylic Ink in Black.
…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
I like winter, for it’s visuals, it creates beautiful contrasts with the white snow against pale grey skies (especially when there’s a brilliantly coloured red cardinal or bluejay). But I seriously miss the warmth of spring/summer. Pink and Purple Col-Erase Pencils
I’m still playing around with this kind of drawing, the slapping down of colour to create the form then going in after to add details. I’m really enjoying it so far, as I feel I can be messier in my initial approach, and it still comes out nice. I’m especially fond of how her nose […]