Watercolor horses I put together in a pattern. They make me laugh.
Which pair would you wear?
This fun doodle is in response to the latest weekly drawing prompt to draw a pattern, in red, with a pen. If you want to play along, sign-up on the site and a new quirky prompt will be delivered to your inbox every Monday.
When you are gifting a present and run out of wrapping paper just grab some Kraft (or recycled) paper and draw all over it to create your own custom pattern.
Playing around with bird patterns. I scanned in all my watercolor birds and then arranged them with GIMP.
Sharpie pattern doodle in a Moleskine sketchbook.
Allover fish pattern using some old and new ocean themed drawings.
a simple floral pattern on a dark background
Loving working with these itty bitties!
I visited my 6 year old's class las week to talk about what I do. They each made a little drawing and I got to put it tougher into this super fun pattern.
Fishy stuff going on with Bradshaw lately. Summertime must be getting close.
I put together a bunch of flowers from some recent floral patterns to make a new mixed-up looking pattern.
My Illustrated giraffe used flora and fauna to create the patterns on the giraffe. Drawn with pen and ink, he was great fun to produce!
Zoomed in shot of "Pattern Interrupt". 2020. Size: 32" x 40" / Micron pens on archival museum board. This piece was all drawn freehand - no rulers or measuring tools were used to create this artwork.
This is my final project from week 3 of Explore Florals with Victoria Johnson.
Red Cats - Ball point pen, Procreate.
Quick cube pattern sketch study.
Threw together this pattern study last week. Been using Posca pens since December and I'm loving how quickly they dry. I can throw together quick sketches without having to worry too much about smearing the ink as I move along.
this pattern is for the spoonflower shibori challenge.
When I was planning this pattern I really wanted it to have a dark background. I built it in photoshop using hand drawn marker flowers but when I try to place them on a dark background it looks ridiculous!
more autumn florals
More motifs with eyes
A doodle inspired by the traditional batik design. Drawn on ipad using adobe fresco
This was supposed to be for a fabric pattern, but it looks much better on a screen.
This image was drawn as part of a pattern piece for fabric in the Liberty style. Originally drawn in pen and ink.
My Vintage blue floral pattern print was designed for fabric. Originally drawn in black & white line, the blue adds a vintage feel and reminds me of the blue and white china of yester year.