A fun collection of the most fluorescent, bright, and bold artwork on Doodle Addicts
Double sketchbook page using Posca pens and a Moleskine sketchbook.
Here is a doodle illustration that has been dumping out of my brain for a couple weeks.
Doodle over a 1939 Life magazine cover. I used A permanent black marker and some gel pens for the finish.
Illustrated with Ink and Ink-Pens on Paper.
Super bright doodles
My first venture into artist grade colouring pencils - and I'm smitten! I never thought I could achieve such boldness and blendability with them! I'm still getting used to them and will think about choosing smoother paper with less tooth next time. The texture and weight was more for the water-based gouache along with alcohol inks (which are very unforgiving to even primed heavy paper!). Apologies for the unevenness of lighting between the 2 sides of paper; will correct that when I'm making proper image files.
Experiment with blue and red color :D
Watercolor doodle of my favorite create
This is in response to a terrible hair cut I recently got which is ruining my life a bit
Another one! I ended up having so much fun with neon colours, that I decided to turn it into a series - last time it was Vega, now it's her companion Cyrus rocking those bright colours
Oh yes, she's very purple, and uh-huh quite extraterrestrial-- what could be better :)? I hope you enjoy this new piece, and, stay safe
Acrylic painting on canvas 40"x60"x1.5"
Paints and pencils doodle characters.
A first upload to doodleaddicts. This girl came from one of my many little moleskine sketchbooks, and was converted into a very first attempt at riso print. The illustration itself is part of a city project by Risotto Studio - RISO CLUB: ISSUE #24 – HONG KONG
The Color flow of Lightness and Darkness. From Bright Yellow to Midnight Blue. Take a ride into the Dark forest and spot the light. Admiring the beauty in deep forest.
Bright , colorful overlapping layers of shapes and linework done in watercolor and wax pastel
I don't really know anything about League but I really like her!
Created with watercolors, marker, various different pens and bright colors
im late and im also lazy
recent drawing in my sketchbook
Been into oil pastels lately and drawing on kraft paper really results on more vibrant colours. It feels great!
Acrylic sealed with Gloss