An Interior designer, with passion for drawing, painting, 3D graphics and music
I specialize in doodling, graphic design, illustration, painting, pen and ink.
Just a random drawing with Daler rowney FW ink.
ink drawing coloured and finished digitally.
5" x 9" ink on antique paper
I have a little Moleskine (3.5 x 5.5) notebook that I only draw skulls in. I started in November of 2013 and I do one whenever the urge strikes me. It's not like a skull-a-day thing but sometimes I do get into a period where I will draw one every day for a while then I won't draw any for months. I even lost it for a while and was very sad. I think the longest gap between pages has been a year. This is the most recent skull, drawn on 05.28.2018. Most of them are posted on my Instagram but you have to scroll back a ways to get at the bulk of them.
Allover fish pattern using some old and new ocean themed drawings.
Pen doodle started in work finished at home.
Ink and Watercolor sketch of octopus. Normally I start with a pencil outline, then go over it with micron pens. But I'm learning to skip the pencil step and just sketch with ink. I helps you not to overthink things. Once you lay the ink line down on the paper it's there to stay. You can't erase and there isn't an undo like you have when working digitally. You just have to work around any "mistakes" you make. I'm also working on sketching faster because I just don't have that much free time these days. Trying to produce a new sketch every day is a real challenge.
Pen drawing of the gate into St Cedmas Church in Larne, Northern Ireland. I got married in the church in 2004. My wife’s parents were married here too in the 1960s.
Just pen and ink
Kraken Attack :: 5"x7" ink and white pencil on tan paper // http://www.useeverycolor.com
Created for '52 Week Illustration Challenge'. Have a good weekend all......
My iPad doodle of the shipyard cranes. Near where I grew up in Belfast. I managed to get to the top of one whilst a young boy. Some view over Belfast.
Same idea as previous dragon work but a bit difference way
This is from one of my older sketchbooks. I used salt on the red watercolor paint while it was still wet to get the textured background effect.
The pond behind my parents home in rhineland.
sketch with a tea in front of cafe feyza, in my berlin charlottenburg street. air starts to fell like autumn