Lots of eyes, and eyelashes. Has it become obvious how much I love drawing eye makeup? Hahah. Also you can see some of my hideous fails in the top sketches. The top sketch looks sooo unimpressed. Also I apologize, I seem to have photographed Baby Doll (bottom right) on an angle and now […]
It’s June 1st! We’re halfway through 2015 and I’ve accomplished nothing! Or at least that’s how it’s feeling. These are a few things I doodled between paying projects. Sort of as warm-ups and sort of as experiments (I’m trying to get coloured pencil blending down since it’s been many years since I’ve using pencil crayons). […]
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.
I saw the movie The Book of Life in theatres on November 2nd, 2014, and it became an instant love. (So much so I downloaded the sugar smash game version of it onto my phone). It was such a great movie, with an amazing soundtrack (which I bought and also have on my phone, and […]
My last post was on September 17th. I need to get back into posting more frequently, although that’s hard to do when your life becomes unexpectedly busy. There have been a few birthdays this past little while, and I’ve been hesitant to post photos of my crafty projects (ones I plan to start selling), but […]
I really enjoy drawing cat-eye vintage glasses. Her eyebrows are also really arched. 0.5 mm ballpoint pens.
Saw this little beauty reaching for the light when I got home today. I think I’ll have to get rid of this plant though, seeing as it’s poisonous to cats, and Eevee has already punched it (getting pollen on her paws). I don’t want it accidentally killing my jellybean.
Just a quick little painting of some hibiscus flowers. Kuretake Brush Pens, and water.
Work in Progress of a future tattoo for myself. Of course now that it’s posted I’m going to have to change it. The words “Kiss Me, Kill Me, Love Me” are from the song “Child Prey” by Dir en Grey. I apologize for the blurriness. Done using pencil crayons and ink.