Pilot who draws between flights
I specialize in airplanes, aviation, color, colored pencil, digital art, dood, doodles, drawing, military art, pen, pen and ink, pencil drawing, sketch, sketching.
A very closeup drawing in 4B, 6B, 8B pencil on Fabiano hotpress Studio paper. I bought some Pitt Graphite Matt pencils and wanted to give them a maiden voyage. They are much lighter on the scale of deep blacks than I expected. More like rarified F pencils. But I like them.
Yes, I realy like trains :)
A interstellar heavy duty spaceship freighter design :)
Character of the Day
I'm a little disappointed I couldn't hide the eyes better but I'm not unhappy with how it turned out as a whole
Lioness drawn from an art lesson from creatureartteacher.com
how can you survive with only one drawing a day? doodleaddicts.com stinks
Just a fluffy lil' owl; so fun to try to capture God's amazing (and adorable) creation
Pen and ink
Drawing Prompt Submission
The logo is based on art and illustration. The logo Artist drew and modified the logo concept of the rough client's drawing.
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A little whimsical farmhouse complete with chickens, a garden, a well, and even smoke curling up from the chimney! TYL for country whimsy...
Polar bear study using procreate and various reference photos.
I see two Siskins down at the waters edge on a misty morning before going to work.
I’m often asked about my Bic pen drawings and how I do them. It starts with a good foundational drawing, the ballpoint pen part is just trying to colour within the lines. I try to do my best to explain the process, but the best way to show my progress is by posting my efforts to master pen drawings over the span of 3 or so years. I have been doodling/drawing with ballpoint pens as far back as I can remember - they were cheap, readily available and always lying around the house. It wasn’t until I was bored during a particularly long team meeting-conference call (around 2016-17) that I started to think about the possibilities of ballpoint pens as serious portrait illustration tools. My first experiments with full colour ink portrait drawings were rather crude, but that’s the point of learning new techniques—as long as the curiosity and the love of drawing is there, you can transfer that skill and passion into any medium. Remember, the most exquisite drawings and paintings you see didn’t materialise fully formed, they started out as failed experiments. Failure after failure after failure. It’s important to remember this when you get discouraged (I've failed spectacularly over the years). The only difference between the accomplished artist and the beginner is hundreds of hours of practice. Talent can only get you so far. It’s the hard work that you do behind the scenes that makes your work look effortless. Keep doodling. Keep learning. Stay curious.
Fountain pen in sketchbook
Really enjoying experimenting with soft pastels. This piece was the first time I used Pastelmat. It's an amazing surface to use with pastels as it takes loads of pastel, the colour stays vibrant, and there's minimal dust
Portrait of Kim Gordon of Sonic Youth
I drew this wedding scenery just to see what the heart would come up with. I don’t have any wedding planning experience. If I did I’d probably have some over the top idea that I could use in my drawings...but I don’t so here it is.