I'm just a wannabe digital artist and traditional artist trying to learn how to use my new drawing tablet. I also have an EDM production side-gig.
I specialize in comics, doodling, drawing, pencil drawing.
week 8 feelin great
Here is another doodle drawn during Inktober that I turned into a logo or illustration. You can see a color rendering on this logo on my Instagram @richardkoehler1218
portrait sketch. I am more active on https://www.instagram.com/toko_suzuki/
An excercise in negative painting with my set of bister inks. I wasn't completely happy with the results - the bister ink was not as transparent as i expected it to be.
some of my older portrait sketches :)
Zoomed in shot of "I'll Sleep When I'm Dead". Created in 2012. Size: 22” x 30” / Micron Pens on Archival Paper. This piece was all drawn freehand - no rulers or measuring tools were used to create this artwork. 2019 kinda looked like this. It had a lot going on. Lots of changes. A close friend of mine predicted 2019 would be "The year of change", and she was right… at least up in my neck of the woods. Anyway, it has been full of good, fun and challenging things – all worth while. Excited to dive into 2020.
Here's the final color illustration created for Osprey Pens featuring the Osprey Pen Factory. It was drawn with the same fountain pen there on the right... An Osprey Milano 5.5 Flexpert Hourglass nib. Great pen! Colored in Photoshop.
Nibbelungenturm, Worms, Germany
cammy sketch for commission
(HB pencil on 147mm x 96mm card) An image used on my 2019 Christmas cards of a character taken from the story included within them (the story has the same title as above). You can read it here: https://www.skavart.co.uk/2019/12/merry-christmas-2019-bollocks-to.html
Line art of different flowers with details
Lead pencils F,B-B7, kneatable- ,normal-, pencil eraser, paper stomps, tissue on A3 bamboo fibre rag paper. Choose to draw her bald, for no particular reason. Zoom in for full detail. Photographed in the sunlight with the canon 28 mm f/1.8 prime lens. Photoshop for greysteps contrast-boost and cropping. Like if you dare. Or else post some critique. Just some try to imagine Christina bald. Realistic? Still doodling? Her eyes are like dominating the whole draw... kind of unreal, isn´t it?
Well... happiness... not a cigar called Hamlet.