A collection of art so delicious we want to eat it through the screen
My little fun series of everyday food during quarantine just to make it more cosmic ;) This one sketch a day approach helps with my long break in drawings! :) Sketchbook, coffee and ink.
Not much to say about this except that I really wanted shrimp
Just a digital painting of dandan noodles (a Chinese dish) to practice food drawing
I did set up the ingredients for an Easter bread with raisins and nuts, so i could make a sketch of it before i made the dough. While the dough was resting i worked it out in pen and ink.
Transmundane Tuesday prompt from Carson Ellis : long beard, shirt with the name of my town on it, dish.
Watercolor and Pen Drawing. From my sketchbook
Pop tarts are never safe until eaten.
Burger Acrylic Painting
Cheese skewers doodles
arranging some drawings of food
Artwork for Food Revolution Day Bulgaria
Trio of Doughnuts with A Cup of Joe—each is on 6 x 6 wrapped canvas
Starbucks famous Unicorn Frappuccino, and McDonald's Chocolate Chip Frappé.
This piece is part of a private collection.
Another inspired drawing by the national thing of the day, today is Croissant Day. Part of the sandwich bag art I started in 2008 when I began drawing on my kids sandwich bags.
Day 6 of Inktober.
Repeated vector pattern, great for web backgrounds or fabric. Would like it on a phone case.
Sometimes I like to challenge myself and draw something completely different and full of details.... this was a bit tedious :) but I am glad I did this, it was a great workout for the brain!
https://www.behance.net/gallery/66951945/BITE-MEAL-snack-bar-package-design more about the project it was used
still in my own challenge to draw just with two tone colors, so here it is a vegetables hamburger
Illustration painted with watercolors and outlined with pink pen. The borders were achieved with washi tape (low tack and unlikely to tear up your paper.)