OKAT is the founder and editor of Doodlers Anonymous and Doodle Addicts. An avid thinker, creator and collaborator, known to concept and carry a ballpoint pen with him at all times.
I specialize in lettering, patterns, pen and ink, quirky doodles.
Charcoal & pastels Digital art. Inspired by Sleep on the floor by the Lumineers
I realized lately that I need to practice more instead of focussing too much on new ideas. So I started with face-practicing since I enjoy that the most. Thank you very much for looking at my drawing!
Hateful cowboy. At least he isn't arrogant
Digital drawing of a woman with some rose tattoos.
Flow and Blow Acrylic on Canvas (16 x 20)
Many of my paints are the leftovers from acrylic pouring. The colors are so pretty that I take pictures of them.
ink and charcoal
(2/21/20): The 'Blue Lily Garden' as a base took under half an hour to create and depicts lilies of multiple sizes across soil, with two more developed lilies surrounding by dotted lily petal grass on a completely different plane. The coloring process, beginning late yesterday and finished under half an hour ago, took a little over four hours to complete. It is unknown whether or not that should be a normal time to color something like this digitally when it is only about 6x6 in paper size, and that info is desired. Either way, it is clear that it feels lacking despite using about 15 colors, and makes it likely that the other two works will also be a struggle to color digitally. Maybe the Azure Mistress would have a better idea to focus on first visually for this series.
(2/21/20): Ichoric Crescent Source is a work that, like its predecessor, was completed as a drawn base within about half an hour. It is meant to showcase a combination of the full and crescent moons, primarily the latter, with elements of blue blood, star streaks, and winter. The coloring process, however, took much less time, taking not even an hour and a half to create. This can probably be attributed to not only its lesser complexity and colors, but also the background entertainment while making it and the time of creation (This was made in the later morning to very early afternoon today, while the last one started late last night and finished early morning today). Overall, while it still feels underwhelming and basic, it does alleviate some concerns regarding the last of the three current abstracts, despite it being the biggest.
I added a background, with scribbles. It's fun at times to not care if things are "good enough". Art isn't meant to be perfect.
drawn on discarded piece of mail
Acrylic on 18 x 18 canvas
Acrylic on 12 x 12 canvas
Sketchy News Drawing Challenge