Drawing Prompt Submission
Based on photo but different this drawing from the original picture. I drew it a few months ago. I used Derwent Academy, Staedtler and Fiorello colour pencils. I don’t drew many color pictures yet because I don't have enough pencils.
I drew it with "Derwent" a graphite pencil, the drawing is A4 size. Upon request, I drew the bunny based on a photo. I wanted to introduce the bunny personality traits, which I did. The owner was very happy for him. :)
I drew on request based on a photo. Size: A/3, Tools: Derwent graphite pencils
I drew based on a photo. It became a little darker than the original. I drew as an exercise. Tools: Derwent graphite pencils ; Paper size: A3
Trying different styles. This is one of my watercolor paintings. Visit my instagram to see more of my paintings. Thanks!
Here is my another watercolour painting! sleepy cat I met in a small town in Italy. 5x7" watercolour on paper. follow me on my instagram @euny_draws Thanks!! :D
This is my first pet portrait. 6x6" watercolour, gouache on paper. if you like my work, visit my instagram and follow me at @euny_draws Thanks:)
Hi, here is a new pet portrait I've done recently. 6x8” Watercolour, gouache on paper. if you like this follow me at https://www.instagram.com/euny_draws/ Thanks!:D
I am still learning how to use watercolor correctly. Let me know how you find this one.
Reference photo by @omar_et_julie
Transmundane Tuesday prompt from @carsonellis
My cousin's dog passed away unexpectedly and it broke her heart. I was tasked to paint a portrait of Tucker!
Another commission done for my friend - her parent's house is nestled in a small suburb and surrounded by so many trees. This neighborhood has so many beautiful homes.
For the past years I have been mainly painting in acrylic. But since my last show I have taken this time to return to my love of drawing and am mostly experimenting. I am using fountain pen for the first time and really enjoying it.
Fairly recently I was "commissioned" to paint a picture of my cousin and grandmother. I'm pretty happy with how it turned out, but painting this was a bit of a challenge. There were definitely moments where I stopped painting and completely hated how it looked/became frustrated with myself, and I wouldn't work on it for days. I felt an odd pressure attached to making this... or maybe I'm crazy. 16x20, acrylic.
So this painting began as a simple project and ended up for sale at a coffee shop. I found out recently it actually sold, making it the first official painting I've sold.
Here's a quick sketch of myself. (The perk of messing up a drawing of yourself is that you can't offend anyone else...)
The past two days have been interesting, to say the least. My anxiety kicked up again, yielding two more panic attacks...oh joy. There's an increasingly chaotic external environment: COVID-19 positivity rates rising, looting, SAT nonsense (thank you College Board for not giving anyone information and for being very uncooperative). Am I angry at people in the world? Yes, and I know that's a generic, over-used phrase, but I truly am. I'm tired of all of this. I'm aggravated with the current state of the U.S. There's moments where things feel fine, and others when it feels like things are closing in. No one knows what the next few months will bring and tensions are high. Will things work out? They will eventually; they better. But, at the same time, what the heck is even going on anymore?