G’s birthday is today, she is officially an adult. However, G hates cake, the texture of cake is what bugs her. Of course when I learned this about her I was absolutely mortified. I mean, who in the seven hells doesn’t like cake?! I can’t be friends with people who don’t like cake, what would we do on crazy midnight runs? Despite this, I am still very good friends with G. She’s pretty fantastic, so I created some birthday waffles for her.
Kuretake Kleancolor Brush Pens, White Gel pen, on Fabriano Cold-pressed Watercolour Paper.
Finishing this sketchbook is proving to be quite challenging. And one of the ghost stickers I attached to it popped off :[
Anyways, here’s a stump, I was trying to draw mushrooms, and I really like the red ones, they remind me a lot of when we used to play Super Mario Brothers.
Inks, and water, and a Brush Pen.
Creepy doodles in my sketchbook.
Charcoal, Conte, Ink, White Pencil on Tan paper
I was in Toronto recently with a friend going to see another friend and along the way to the pub we saw this little kid holding some drink housed in a pineapple. Mind you, I’m sure his was non-alcoholic but I was jealous nonetheless.
Anyway, here’s something I’ve been working on in bits and pieces for a while now.
Watercolour, Kuretake Brush Pens, Black Ink, White acrylic.
I’m really starting to hate pencil crayons and I don’t know why. I mean here they turned out so soft and lovely looking when other times they look so grainy. It’s probably the paper I’m using.
Crayola and Laurentein Pencil Crayons.
This imo looks terrible. But, it was just a super quick experiment which is why the text is wonky and the planchette isn’t even. I’m still trying to learn how to use the P.H. Martin’s Bombay inks properly. I love their vibrancy, but I have to work crazy fast to get nice blending. I am fond of the background sploosh. The linework is really shaky because I had too much sugar today.
Bombay Inks, Brush Pen.
Inspired by a tumbler I bought from Bando. Also can I just say I’m ecstatic with how well the label on this turned out. I managed to get it to look aged so well!
Watercolours, glitter glue, Brush pen, Pigment Liners.