Watercolor on Aquarelle. This piece is incredibly close to my heart. It closely resembles the emotions that I was going through when I painted it. I tried to replicate the numbness and the restlessness that I felt in the eyes.
This is a totem I did of all the pets I have/had. I used Copic Multiliner SPs.
I am a cat on the internet. Now you humans can adore me. ♠️
I have been participating in Lauren Hom’s #HOMwork challenges via Instagram. This weeks challenge was to draw the same letter 16 ways. I drew cats instead. I may come back to the whole lettering thing at some point!
Original Pen & Ink Cartoon Drawing of a Mouse in a Tea Cup by Ivan Camilli.
Pen and ink drawing of a little mouse cartoon character inside a tea cup on Canson's acid free illustration board.
signed ad dated '31August - 2019' Suitable for framing.
I did this piece with my 4 year old niece. She drew the caterpillar at the bottom. A star in the making!
Made in gouache and ink, "The Cat House," is a wonderful home ruled by cats.
A charcoal portrait of my cat, Rex. He didn't seem impressed.
A piece that incorporates some of my favorite things... Coffee, Cats, Pups & Puns!
I'm doing a series of illustrations (one a week) combining my love of designer chairs and cats. This weeks chair is the famous Panton. The cat is called Anton ::)
For all the cat lovers and night owls of the world.
Prints for sale @ etsy.com/shop/DrawingsByLucia.
I've been re-reading the Harry Potter Series, and now am on a quest to do a small illustration for each of the books. This one is from "The Sorcerer's Stone" and features Mrs. Norris, my favorite evil cat.
Did you know that 94% of witches could have prevented injuries by stretching before cursing?
Ink and watercolor sketch of a scruffy cat.
You Can’t See Me~
Painted this today in my sketchbook :) it was cold for the first time this morning so wanted to paint something autumnal.
The safest place :,)
The night is alright.
In wanting to get active with my fellow doodler community, I wanted to stop in and introduce myself. My name is Dalton Stark, I live in Texas, and i'm a doodle addict, and an advocate for the possibility of anything. For me, doodling is my purest state of being human. My sketchbooks are a very sacred place for me to practice this expressive and arcane form of imagination meditation, which I'm always trying to find more excuses to spend more time in. It is to me, all about intuition, making discoveries, surprising yourself, having fun and maybe even making yourself and others smile or laugh sometimes. I look forward to being a part of this beautiful inky ecosystem with y'all, here are some very secret sketchbook spreads.
A doodle of very blobby happy cats, on a lovely large scarf.
Pastels and pencils. We are peace, we are serenity, we are one...underneath the layers of self identification, others expectations, and masks we wear, we are life force and energy.
Sketched on location, then penned over it at home from a photo. I had fun with this!
I said 'nobody listens to my music, nobody looks at my crappy drawings...I love being specialist', he said 'you're very self deprecating!', I said 'but you don't even like me?', he said 'that don't even make sense'...
Graphite pencil drawing of a ginger tomcat named Bruno
I drew my cat squeaks. I was hoping y’all would be able to give me some feedback on my art please? I haven’t drawn in over 16 years and this is my first piece since then. I’m also adding the picture I used as inspiration.
Done for a friend for a new writing idea featuring her character (the baby), and mine - because I haven’t written anything in over a year and was running low on motivation on that front until this. Also, babies are hard to draw
Made with iPad Pro, Apple Pencil, and Procreate.
Pastel on pastelmat, one of my favourite cats: the Somali. First attempt to draw a cat in pastel, almost a year ago.
Mixed media cat picture.
+ Cat! Just hanging out you know the drill