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.
I'm a little disappointed I couldn't hide the eyes better but I'm not unhappy with how it turned out as a whole
Really exploring the different possibilities of digital art, and having a lot of fun with it! Very pleased with the outcome here!
Drawing Prompt Submission
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
I really enjoy drawing hands, it's fun to branch out with all the different things that you can have them do
I'm not usually a political cartoonist but I want to show support for the people of Ukraine
Lots of eyes, having fun with detail and shading
Just a little bit of rock formations and structures
A friend of mine took a picture like this on a camping trip a few years back, and I had it as my home screen for forever. When my phone broke, I lost the photo so I recreated it here
Still not a professional but we're working on it
Kinda just messing around today, I didn't have much time
Someone challenged me to draw 'obstinate' today, here's the result
Not sure I've ever drawn a dandelion before but I was happy with the outcome I think
My apologies for older works, just going through old notebooks and wanted to share this
For all of you just getting started out there, or struggling with motivation, this is a side by side comparison of drawings about 18 months apart, 1 drawing a day. It may not feel like it, but every bit of practice you get a little bit better. Keep it up!
It's a little late... It's been a crazy busy couple of days but I finished my earth day piece!
After a couple days with not a lot of time and very small drawings, this was a very fun study break