A gallery of all things soft, fuzzy, scaled, rough, and every other texture under the sun!
Fat little birds make me smile! The Eastern bluebird is a North American migratory thrush. My subject is a male with the most luxurious neck rolls! Drawn in Prismacolor soft core colored pencils on toned tan sketch paper.
A dew draped crabapple, nestled in the grass. Crayola crayon on some type of paper from the great ol dollar store.
Another commission and another Springer. These are one of my favourites to draw as theres such a mixture of texture and shape.
Portrait in Texture.
Fun with pencil. I use a 9H pencil to carve images into the paper and then a B pencil to draw over them, giving the drawings the feeling of textures.
So many dots.... this project was done for a class.
An old-style doodle, with many parts to look at! This took a few days, from the initial drawing, to inking, to uploading to my computer and digitally coloring and adding textures and detail! Lots of fun, and definitely different from my normal doodle-style. Thanks for viewing!
Koi Fish Watercolor
What can I say, I like drawing wolves.
During this Quarantine I have had so much fun exploring what else I can create. Using this opportunity I am creating patterns & textures and trying to sell them on a few websites.
This is part of a sequence inspired by @moonchildillustrations and her #moontoberweekends prompts (this one is apple!). This was fun, I want to start incorporating more animation/ sequences on what I create. I got inspired by my mother, when she was little she was scared of eating seeds because she thought they would grow out of her ears. With that in mind, have a great October!
Oil sketch in a gesso'd page of a mini moleskine sketchbook from this evening.
T E X T U R E
White-footed tamarin ( Saguinus leucopus) lives in tropical dry forests, tropical wet forests, primary and secondary forests. Its diet consists of insects, soft fruits, and nectar, plant exudates, prey animals, and flowers.
Textured abstract neon design.
Quick sketch of textures and depth I probably drew it a lil too quick ;( Mediums: White charcoal, Charcoal
.1mm technical pen stippling practice