I specialize in collage, drawing, patterns.
Sharpie pattern doodle in a Moleskine sketchbook.
Threw together this pattern study last week. Been using Posca pens since December and I'm loving how quickly they dry. I can throw together quick sketches without having to worry too much about smearing the ink as I move along.
Pink Posca pen doodle. Gettin' weird over here!
Freehand doodled scale pattern.
Flipping the script by starting to layer patterns on top of patterns.
“Whirlwind 12”, an original drawing. Size: 5” x 7”. Title, signature, and date in the back of the drawing. This drawing is the 12th in a series of drawings to be posted over a period of 100 days. The original post date on this drawing was September 12, 2020.
"Whirlwind 28”, an original drawing. Micron pens on archival paper. Size: 5” x 7”. Title, signature, and date in the back of the drawing. This drawing is the 28th in a series of drawings posted over a period of 100 days. The original post date on this drawing was September 28, 2020.
"Whirlwind 24”, an original drawing. Micron pens on archival paper. Size: 4” x 6”. Title, signature, and date in the back of the drawing. This drawing is the 24th in a series of drawings posted over a period of 100 days. The original post date on this drawing was September 24, 2020.
Another inktober of mine 'BULKY'
Ink sketch from october 2020
Daily sketch , while sitting in from of a fresh mint growing in a lovely vintage bucket.
Forgot to post this doggo sleeping I made some time ago.
Binturong, a fluffy animal with even fluffier ears. Really mysterious if you ask me. I made a small comic of this, you can see more on Instagram.
On a more serious note, binturongs are fascinating and also a vulnerable species, with a decreasing population (acording to the IUCN redlist).
You can learn more about them through @abconservation.
Uh, strange, not sure why the end of the flow is kind of levitating.
Frog, moon and stars! Another one inspired by @moonchildillustrations and her #moontoberweekends prompt, this one combines two of them.
Fortunately, I had to search for really cute pictures of frogs with their mouths open.
By the way, what kind of music do you think the flies are dancing to? : .
I've been seeing lots of new bird species around my neighbourhood, like robins and magpies!
I like to think this bird is watching me from the sea of uncertainty, and looking at all the things I will create in the future and secretly telling me to go on, without me knowing how they will turn out. And strangely, that is some kind of motivation for me. : .
Fruits have insecurities too. From the series "Forlorn Fruits"
I feel only positive emotions after drawing this landscape.
It's a bit wintery, snowy, and magical.
I love the background texture. But I still need to work on the details.
Recently, I discovered the miraculous power of gouache. I ordered paints a few days ago (still waiting for the shipment). That's why there are only digital versions for now.
I have already purchased a course on the Domestika platform. I'm going to try my skills at traditional painting on paper. It will be a big challenge. Fortunately, I have a great teacher :) Thanks, Ruth Wilshaw, for your Domestika course and daily inspiration to create!
Day 6 of #whimsicalByMamaminia art challenge.