Practicing layers and dogs
InkTober day 8 "Crooked" Meh! I'm not really happy with the way this one came out; c'est la vie! It's the back of a dogs head. #blackcatink #illustration #noir #inktober2017 #piperdraconi
Hello. This is my kawaii or just had a good meal ‘Fu Dog’ (fortune dog 福狗) - a sculptures you’ll find guarding the entrance of the Chinese temple. Well, although theirs named as Fu Dog, these creatures are not dogs at all, but lions - Lions of Buddha, to be precise. The male fu dog is usually portrayed as fierce and the wide open mouth is to let evil spirits out—and the sphere at its feet, its symbolise its role as protector heaven~~fu dog normally comes in pair, male and female, but I am too lazy to draw another one
Practicing watercolor layers
I finally finished it!made on Autodesk Sketchbook!I finally drew a goose wearing a clown costume!just in time for Halloween!Im surprised to not see any drawings of geese dressed up as clowns it's usually dogs and cats but since I love birds such as chickens and ducks,I had to draw a goose.im very happy how it turned out to be considering I'm still using my phone to draw.
Practicing with a dip pen. The ink wasn't waterproof :(
A boy flipping through pages while his dog looks on. Done with a black Pilot pen.
Goofing around with ink droppers and dogs. I was experimenting with this and he was the first one and I thought he looked fun.
Random personal project, drawing on the same shape different things. www.instagram.com/mjdaluz_illustration
These were drawn by hand without lifting the pen, then colored in Illustrator. Did I get your dog?
I had a rock tumbler as a child and really enjoyed it. When my youngest was a child we bought her one. She was eager to enjoy it too, but somewhere after starting on that path, we lost track and it everything inside turned into a solid mass. We tossed it and forgot about it. On a recent beach trip, I collected handfuls of rocks, as I am always likely to do, and, upon return, remembered how I loved my childhood rock tumbler. I immediately researched, ordered and eagerly anticipated its delivery. Of course, with Amazon Prime, that was only a couple day’s wait. As soon as I unboxed it I thought “what am I doing?” I have neither time, nor space for yet another hobby. I thought “what will I DO with a pile of polished, pretty rocks?” I would gather them in my hands and feel their silky smoothness. I would likely gather them in some beautiful glass bowl and…then what? I have toddler grand kids frequently at my home. They put small colorful things in their mouths and up their noses and feed them to the dogs regularly. And I don’t even have a single space to display a bog bowl of pretty rocks. So I quickly decided “I’m Returning the Rock Tumbler” and will, for NOW, stick to painting them when the mood strikes.
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Practicing with my dip pen
This was a quick little painting/drawing in my sketchbook I did after seeing a friend’s photo on Instagram.
I drew scribbles with my left hand, then drew what I thought they might be on top. This spread has a weird, lopsided vibe that I kind of like.
Practicing dogs and dip pens
I drew some dogs on commission for a friend (the simpler Corgis), then wound up messing around after I'd scanned them. Dogs dogs dogs. As far as the snout can sniff.
Dogs are fun to draw because they have these oh so happy faces. This is a sketch of the office dog Thermos.
Times goes by so fast when you're too invested of your phone...but I got my dogs (or cats), napping beside me. It's comfy.
This week, I've been doing pencil drawings of dogs---usually while listening to the news on my computer. Cardigan Corgi, Bloodhound, and Borzoi (Russian Wolfhound). Various graphite pencils on Canson Sketch pad paper. Random on-line photos as reference.
Sketching these two dogs in my sketchbook by pen and ink.
Personal project to draw 100 pups.