Love line, colour ... happy pictures ..
I specialize in digital art, drawing, illustration.
An idea I've had for some time. A living ragdoll.
Sketched in Rebelle. Inked with a fountain pen. Colored in Rebelle & Photoshop.
Personal challenge to draw 100 pups
Lulu on Monday
Inktober2018day14. Clock. I love time. I hate time. It goes too fast and there’s never enough of it. If I had more of it, I would be able to post every day for inktober. I wasn't going to participate this year, but after 4 or 5 days in, I figured if I did a very simple line drawing, like I started doing with the little box chicken character I could make every remaining day, but I just couldn't stop myself from going all out on some pieces. It's like I always want to add more. So maybe it’s going to be quality not quantity for me this year. Please enjoy.
8" x 10" pen and ink
Personal challenge to draw 100 pups.
Personal project to draw 100 pups.
"It's Pandolin Coraflot, riding the most anatomically correct horse ever drawn." Ink drawing colored with Paintstorm Studio & Photoshop.
This was my submission to the recent Mother Nature doodle challenge held here. Mixed media using traditional watercolor and digital line art/embellishments. It is now available on Society6 as a print, stationery, and a variety of phone cases.
"Floaty Boat Waves In" -- Another WIP detail shot. You can see the magic of Rebelle in these close up shots... bringing the fountain penned ink to life with color.
This painting is a technique I enjoy mostly because I see figures in the ordinary and draw them out from what I see in abstract backgrounds I paint. In it you see a group of people enjoying time together. I used Acrylics on Aquaboard, a surface especially made for many layers of wet media.
Mini painting, markers on paper. Sketched onto a 2 x 4” agenda- calendar page. ❤️✌
More pictures on my Instagram :D
Mixed media doodle collage over Carhartt ad - using oil pastels, pen, watercolor, highlighter and glue
Cactus inspired watercolor washes in my sketchbook. Kept this one very lose to see what happens. Watercolor is always full of surprises.