Artwork depicting plant life is plentiful on the Doodle Addicts website, but here are some of our favorites!
More ballpoint pen experiments. This was trying to "blend" colors, using ball point pens in a similar way to colored pencils. I found Layering evenly to be pretty difficult, esp with the pens blotching and very very limited burnishing. The interesting thing is that the paper doesn't seem to get "tired" the way it does with pencils. This is just cheap printer card stock.
A beautiful day for a walk in the park and to paint a tree.
Pencil and fineliner sketch of a eucalyptus tree
Working on tan paper. If you'd like to see my process there's a video of me painting this over on my Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k9jc-09Sjzs
A peaceful lady surrounded by nature.
Bloom where you are planted
a simple floral pattern on a dark background
Bee friendly plants you can cultivate, protect or care if you see them anywhere. There are many native flowers, herbs, vegetables and fruit trees that help pollination, the ideal is to grow species free of agrochemicals and pesticides.
Bloom where you are painted
Drawn with a black pilot pen using many strokes.
Canvas mounted on wooden frame. Size: 25 x 30 cm Materials: acrylic, Chinese ink, brush, pen and marker. Is sold the original piece. For this reason, there may be slight differences from one piece to another.
I don't normally paint trees. So I was surprised when my daily doodling produced this loose interpretation of the tree in my garden. I quite like it. Doodles are magical.
Illustration made with handcarved stamps.
Trying out a new color scheme!
autumn trees doodle