A cute, pink, heartwarming collection of Valentine's day doodles.
Valentine's day doodle for today with a ballerina heart
Pink tulips on toned tan sketch paper. This was my first time burnishing. I used the toned tan paper so that I could better see the effects of burnishing with a white pencil. I used Prismacolor soft core pencils.
Happy Valentine's Day everyone! This year I got around to making various cards and simply sending them out to various family members and friends. (It was also an excuse for me to use as many puns as I wanted.)
Valentin Illustration in watercolor and some photoshop details.
Wish you have a warm, loving season, folks.
Acrylic on 5 x 5 canvas
Inky Rose - ink and watercolour
The first and not-exactly-like-in-the-book lesson from Learn to Paint in Watercolor with 50 Paintings by Wil Freeborn
Birds and blue hearts for Valentines Day
If you’re broken hearted (pun fully intended) over Sweet Hearts being out of production this year, then this is the print for you. I made it so there would still at least be something Sweet Heart-themed available for Valentine’s Day. Now 2019 doesn’t quite have to be the year without Sweet Hearts. You can find this print on everything from cards to skirts via this link and the Redbubble, Society6, Zazzle, and Threadless buttons it directs you to: https://linktr.ee/okhismakingart
Watercolor crystal heart
An abstract doodle that creates space for a heart
I also digitally made this into a seamless repeating pattern, so it can be put on fabric, wallpaper, home goods, clothing, etc.
I draw lots of rabbits, tried adding a little heart to this sketch.