I spend a lot of time sketching for my own enjoyment and relaxation.
I specialize in graphic design, illustration, pen and ink, technical illustration.
Another Cat on a designer chair ;) Created in Procreate.
I'm doing a series of illustrations (one a week) combining my love of designer chairs and cats. This weeks chair is the famous Panton. The cat is called Anton ::)
Jason Pierce (Space men 3 / Spiritualized) Ink drawing
Agnes helps a little squirrel gather leaves for a nest
I found this guy the other day, just an older piece on scratchboard.
Scratchboard skull study
Ozzy Osbourne fanart using Procreate
Finished up this drawing today. It's called "Moonlight Watcher." It's part of a series of graphite drawings depicting animals from the taiga. To see the whole series (so far) you're welcome to visit this link... https://stephkunze.com/taiga-series/
A fun pen and ink piece. I love working with pathways, routes and places that might take your imagination away.
Just fun crazy doodling.
A Rapidograph inked portrait of a friend, from a photo.
This was done on the spot with a fountain pen in my moleskine. During this time of Covid, Australia is a bit of a haven for some travellers. We have always had loads of oversea tourists. I imagine the couple who lived in this van had decided to wait it out. I was fortunate in that they were repacking while I was drawing, so I had a bit of time.
Troye Sivan 'BLOOM' album portrait.
Close to a month ago, I had found out my design was selected for the Art Stop Program, and, yes, this is mainly what I've been working on since. I've never worked on a piece this large before, 72in x 24in, and I rarely make sketches of pieces before creating the final work. It's definitely a cool feeling to look at the finished board and see how the drawing actually came to life. (The Art Stop Program selects a handful of entered designs for the artists to create on a larger board, and these boards will then be inserted into bus stop benches around Niles, IL.) I can't wait to see the bench this will be in, and I'm so lucky I got to be part of the program.
6x6in, acrylic on canvas, completed in 3 days. No name, no identification, just a date. It's neither here nor there.
From Doméstika course, plus got inspired by the work of Cinta Vidal