Over the stay-at-home period of covid I challenged myself to do a drawing every day... Here I am almost 2 years (and a lot of sketchbooks) later trying to share a few with the world
I specialize in drawing, nature, pencil drawing, sketchbook.
Experimenting with layers and trying to explore more digital art!
I don't really know, I just kinda wanted to see where I could go with a creepier theme... Happy Halloween!
Took me a couple hours but I was really happy with how it turned out
Just a little bit of rock formations and structures
Focusing on muscles and anatomy on this (though I didn't base it off of anything it's vaguely humanoid) I was really happy with how it turned out!
Exploring different line uses in landscapes
Watching a thunder storm roll in over the north cascades, it was super cool standing on the edge... For a little bit it was warm and sunny, and also hailing at the same time
Still drawing every day, but not having a great chance to upload them... sorry y'all
Just feeling like drawing floating cities today I guess. I'm happy with how it turned out!
I had fun with this one! I wanted to draw a blanket but wasn't sure what to do with it so I turned it into a fort... Which in turn inspired a whole landscape
Little bit of watercolor! I was told to do a comic but could think of a punchline
Drawing Prompt Submission
This one kinda just came together after I doodled the guy too high up on the page. I really liked how he turned out tho so I had to figure out a way to keep him in it...
Pretty happy with this one!
Both buildings and trees are things I'd like to be better at... I'm going to have to branch out from leafless trees and decrepit structures eventually but for now the trees stay leafless
Saw a picture of the Andros island lighthouse in Greece and thought it was super cool, here's my drawing of it... Its an interesting challenge drawing with a reference I don't usually
Drawing a boat
I think I'm starting to get the hang of watercolors I was really happy with the outcome of the last few pieces
After a couple days with not a lot of time and very small drawings, this was a very fun study break