A unique piece I made of an elephant with the world map superimposed over her face.
The third painting in my series of three succulents :)
Sometimes I just have to draw hungry marshmallow slurping monsters.
zoning out and making endless branch lines
Inktober 2018, day 8 - star | Faber-Castell pitt pen (size XS) on A5 paper
4" x 6" pen and ink on paper
8" x 10" pen and ink
30 x 40 cm / acrylics, oil + some splashes of nail polish on canvas
7" x 10" ink and graphite on paper
A4 size (:
The Manchester Moleskine project sent me one of their custom Moleskines as a winner in one of their contests. It was a grid Moleskine so I asked them what I should draw on the first page, and they suggested the word 'Inspire'.
Personal challenge to draw 100 pups.
One of my original pen and ink drawings.
Drawn on nice cotton paper with a laid finish..
The piece measures 5" Wide X 8" Tall
Signed and Titled.
Watercolors and fineliners on Aquarelle, 300 GSM. Fantasy has always appealed to me ever since I was a kid, and I often find myself lost and wandering around in the fantastical world of "could've been's"
A slightly older pencil drawing from last year, untitled.
5" x 7" Pen and pencil
This piece was done with watercolour crayons, crayons, fineliner, acrylic paint and a touch of posca. I was showing that love can be blind and sometimes almost arrogant and selfish, the arrow has hit the spot on the second attempt but the scars are still to be seen. Although the person playing cupid aint always an outside force. I enjoy playing with the titles and am constantly changing and thinking of what it will be called when doing the piece, but i do like my wordplay. this one was a play on horticulture and felt it all tied in to the final design :))
This is available as an a3 sized print.
When my robots are happy, I'm happy.