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.
Really exploring the different possibilities of digital art, and having a lot of fun with it! Very pleased with the outcome here!
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!
The cat is definitely the centerpiece
Experimenting with scratch art! It's hard not being able to make a rough draft or erase but I'm happy with how it turned out
Started with the eye and had to figure out what to do from there
Started out as a spider, but I flipped it upside down halfway through and thought it looked cool so I finished it in that orientation
I really enjoy drawing hands, it's fun to branch out with all the different things that you can have them do
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
Having fun with hands and reflections
Took me a couple hours but I was really happy with how it turned out
More of an action scene with a different vibe than usual
Just a little bit of rock formations and structures
Working on drawing trees with more detail
Still getting the hang of watercolor but thoroughly enjoying it
Drawing Prompt Submission
Chilling by a river
Just feeling like drawing floating cities today I guess. I'm happy with how it turned out!
Super bored one day, just started adding details.
Started by drawing the hand but it looked lonely and I had extra time, it kinda just developed on it's own