Doodling is what I do. It's a way to make visible the randomness that's in my head - just drawing out a concept right when it comes to mind and scribbling on whatever I can find.
In the migration seasons the geese and swans fly for the night to the sea get safe rest .And playing with positive and negative spaces
8x10 white charcoal on black paper.
Absent-minded doodles, playing with negative space. This ended up being a great way to burn up a new sharpie pen ^^
A quick doodle turned logo of a unicorn with a diamond in the negative space.
I’m gonna start reading more on human proportions and the human anatomy and how to draw it so for today I have some cones from when I was trying to teach my brother how to drive. I first painted the entire cone in two coats of gesso and then afterwords I painted the background first, put on a clear gesso and then a painted on the vines. I was trying to go for a positive space negative space look I do have other cones so I hope to try doing more of this in the future but for today this is what I made. #365daysofart #workinprogress #painting
A sketchbook spread where I played with positive negative space with a limited color palette
Playing with negative space.
This was a project I did and totally forgot about. It's a Notan style dragon I did for a 2d composition class. I kinda like out it turned out. This was my first major foray into illustrator. Time: 3 hours Medium: Illustrator on Mac
From Sketch to Final Water Coloring Stages, this is a spread from Tide Day! A lot goes into making a good composition, taking into account the center of the image where the binding is, and how to play with size and negative space. One of my favorite things to do is explore contrasting expressions between characters and highlight their emotions through physical stances and expressions. This was a tough challenge with the lack of limbs and the watery context, but Pearl's stubbornness and attitude shines through!
The black shadow as negative space is being embraced. The red profile in front seems to have a part in the relationship.
This was an exercise in using negative space inspired by watercolor techniques.
I decided to explore negative space, hoping to develop a better sense of composition.
Positive + negative spaces
Positive and Negative space drawing. Painted in ink.