I put together a bunch of flowers from some recent floral patterns to make a new mixed-up looking pattern.
It's a mad world we're living in
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!
These large concentrations of people are referred to as complex societies or civilizations, which share many features, including having a dense population
I have neglected posting for too long! "Abstract Forest" will be uploaded to all my sites over the next day or so, so keep checking back for clothing, pillows, and more with the new print!!! The original drawing is going to be for sale at a local art show (if my application passes). Find all my art product sites here: https://linktr.ee/okhismakingart
My grandma is a craftswoman . She used to work at a Talavera pottery studio and sometimes I would skip school and join her at work. She would give me an imperfect blank pottery piece and lend me her painting supplies so I could create my own art.
Peony flower drawn and painted in magenta Bombay India ink on watercolor paper.
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.
Calico kitty in my sketchbook
Two older works, the first one is definitely one of my favorites. I'm not a big collage person, but I do enjoy browsing random books with patterns and chopping them up.
I always have a more muted color palette in mind and then the painting ends up being very colorful. Trying out Arteza gouache. I really like it :)
3 months of doodling on an 11x17 sheet.
Patternz - Series 3. In this series I'm still sticking with the Patterned backgrounds, but this time they have been carefully chosen to compliment the chosen animal subject, rather than the human portraits of series 1 & 2.
I made this to celebrate the International Women's Day | 2018 | Watercolor on aquarelle paper
Mashup of geometric patterns and some organic shapes.
This is my final project from week 3 of Explore Florals with Victoria Johnson.
a new one
A detailed page taken from my Moleskine sketchbook
Patternz - series 2 - May 2018
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.