I specialize in acrylic, character design, childrens illustration, colored pencil, drawing, illustration, pencil, watercolors, whatevers at hand.
Drawing Prompt Submission
When we help someone there is always something that blooms and grows beyond us. It is an increasingly necessary action in a world that unfortunately is increasingly divided.
@givingtuesdaypt challenged me to illustrate its movement inspired by this year's motto "Together we change the world"!
This day is celebrated on the first tuesday after BlackFriday, calling on anyone to choose a cause that ressonates with them and give back to them however you can. Thus, a wave of massive generosity is created, which can (and should) extend beyond today! Are there any organizations you want to support?
Frog, moon and stars! Another one inspired by @moonchildillustrations and her #moontoberweekends prompt, this one combines two of them.
Fortunately, I had to search for really cute pictures of frogs with their mouths open.
By the way, what kind of music do you think the flies are dancing to? : .
Some days are not full of fun and frivolity
Dogs being Dogs
Watercolor study - 2 1/2” x 3 1/2” - of a scene I’ve been wanting to paint for a while.
Watercolor of my older brother and his best friend. Time has separated them, but this is how I remember them. From a reference photo.
Meet Peter and his friend VW Rabbit. Peter was born during the pandemic and scampers about daily having fun with his friends.
Road trip! Peter and his friends are starting off on their winter vacation
This is an ATC-sized (3 1/2” x 2 1/2”) watercolor. I’m practicing bolder strokes with heavier pigment. Big departure from my usual uber careful strokes
This was inspired by one of @JunkyardSam's drawings. I loved his linked islands and wanted to do my version. Thankyou Junkyard Sam for your inspiration. It is good fun to try on someone else’s outlook.
pencil drawing size A4 / 2018
Every person chooses his/her own path. Somepeople help others. Some people quit. Some people settle for less. That's the theme. I always loved the textures of insects so chose it as main thing to look at. And then trekking is easiest way of seeing struggle. That's about it.
drawing on paper 30x40 cm
coloured pencils on paper, 35 x 50 cm
drawing on paper, 35 x 50 cm
oil on canvas 80x80
What do you see?... P.s. my doodles only get weirder from this post on.