Wade through these artworks lurking somewhere below the surface.
Did this one as a color practice.
Watercolour painting, 2020.
The serenity of the ocean in its entirety. The colors represent the different species in life, and how they come together to form something beautiful.
Drawn in PS, colored in Escape Motions Rebelle.
Pen and Ink on Smooth Paper, 2 inches diameter.
Inktober 3 - Bait
Jellyfish mermaid created for the Mermaid Character Design Challenge
A migration of galactic jellyfishes heading for the deepest part of Earth, the ocean.
Playing with procreate on my ipad during a weekend filled with family, travel, celebration, inspiration, and fun in the sun!
Water fauna and flora
Acrylic on canvas 16x20. Sold this painting today. Man am I going to miss it ❤️.
A beautiful mermaid riding on the back of a giant sea turtle. Hope you enjoy this Photoshop painting.
Acrylic on 8” x 8” canvas
The Little Mermaid Fanart
Fish. Trying to find a better angle to show more details.
A #Mermay sketch from last year. Drawn in ink and coloured in photoshop
Underwater study. I stumbled upon some pictures of koi fishes with pacifier, and I thought they're cute.
This piece was commissioned by a coworker. It was a very large piece at 24"by26" on green leather. I used an acrylic base and then completely covered that with oils. It becomes very dusty when dried so I added many layers of a spray varnish for oils on top. The color remained nice and vibrant.
Pen and ink drawing. This was the original which I reworked digitally for an EP cover, business card and sticker. Search up Three Word Stories band if you want to see the final artwork... (I may upload it here at some point ;))
Miss Coral 1955 is inspired by the Pantone colour of 2019, Living Coral and swimming caps from the 1950s.
you can see more works on instagram @at_ween!
The third drawing of my ocean drawing series.
Since Killer whales is about to be exterminated, I gave a whale some wings. Now he can fly away to a better place without pollution and plastic from human beings. Well, sad but true. Its on us. At least I can give it some attention here. The whale is now on my Society6 page.
8" x 10" pen and ink