Punka is in constant flux between her right and left brain, but emerges, on occasion, in the written word.
More often than not, music defines where my lines go.
Here's the sketch for my Draw Your Fear submission. Drawn with a Pilot Custom Urushi fountain pen using deAtramentis Document Ink Black.
Check out https://www.doodleaddicts.com/drawing-challenges/draw-your-fear/ tomorrow to see it in full color!
For Inktober 2019 I made individual drawings for half the month, then the other half was dedicated to a larger drawing.
Ink on paper
It’s work in progress but it never hurts to show what you’ve been up to! :)
Charcoal and pencil sketch in a 9 inch by 4 inch paper.
Inktober 1 - You as a magic student! I'm a few days late but I'll be following a magical prompt for Inktober- and yes, I'm a ravenclaw :))
5.8 x 8.3 inch, ink
Do you know that the first mermaid is actually a Syrian goddess? Atargatis is the chief goddess of Northern Syria, primarily goddess of fertility, but as the baalat (mistress) of her city and people. She is responsible of their protection and well-being. She is described as a mermaid-goddess of Ascalon. The story of Atargatis becoming a mermaid is a sad tale. It is said that she fell in love with a shepherd and had a daughter who would become queen of Assyria. One day, Atargatis accidentally killed her husband. Out of guilt, she committed suicide by drown herself into a lake. Thus she was turned into a mermaid.
Side note: I admit that this is not one of the best ink drawings. Fun fact is that the composition is inspired by the reverse coin of Demetrius lll. The coin depicts Atargatis in her mermaid form, veiled, holding an egg, flanked by barley stocks.
These are my drazelflies , which are forming part of my insectadoodle collection.
My first horse study in acrylic medium. I love the tossed main, it looks so anthropomorphic!
Ink on paper.
Sketchy News Drawing Challenge