Watercolour and acrylic paint on Strathmore paper
Digitally made pattern
Digitally made pattern of gingko biloba leaves using the sketch on my last post as a starting point.
Three line drawings of leaves on Guarro paper, 6x9 inches. I later vectorised the gingko leaf and made it into a digital pattern.
Geraniums in a pot. Drawn with a Micron pen on Guarro paper, 6x9 inches.
Here is a sketch that I made while sitting in the garden the other day. Made with Micron pens on Guarro paper, 6x9 inches.
A hot pink tea mug! Acrylic paint on wood.
Scratchboard piece I did as a project in university. It was a lot of fun!
Pencil on paper sketch
Koi fish splashing into the water. Lino print poster, 40x50cm, ink on paper.
Lino print, 50x40cm. Black offset ink on Fabriano paper.
Finding shapes in watercolour spots in my sketchbook.
A poster I made based on an Inktober sketch (day 8) where I made a small pattern of macarons. I had a lot of fun thinking of flavour combinations for the macarons! I'm selling the poster (and other products, such as mugs and t-shirts) on my Society6 and Red Bubble stores.
Painted with watercolour
Finding shapes in watercolour spots
For the last day of Inktober, I drew a pumpkin with black india ink on orange paper. I had never done an Inktober challenge before, and I really liked it! I'm definitely doing it next year, too. I got very good ideas for new projects, I played with different textures and colours, and I used a calligraphic pen to draw, which I had never done before and which I loved.
Repeat patterns trying out different brushes and ink-to-water ratio. India ink on yellow cardstock.
The idea for this portrait came to me when I was looking at a packaging of soap - it was very glossy and it looked like it could look like pearls. As well as the soap packaging, I used white ink mixed with acrylic paint (for opacity) on black paper.
Quick pattern made with white ink on black paper. It reminds me of the texture of a feather
For day 27 I made a very diluted India ink wash and painted a cityscape at night with white ink over it. I like how it turned out! Naïve and quirky.