Patternz - series 2 - May 2018
A doodle inspired by the traditional batik design. Drawn on ipad using adobe fresco
Red Cats - Ball point pen, Procreate.
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
This image was drawn as part of a pattern piece for fabric in the Liberty style. Originally drawn in pen and ink.
Quick cube pattern sketch study.
Gouache, ink and gold acrylic paint :)
Blue watercolour doodles
Patternz series 3
Patternz - series 2
Patternz. - series 1 - April 2018
For me, it's the process of creating - not really the end result. Once something is done, it's done and you move on to the next process. Life is the ultimate process after all. We don't hang around and admire the dead body once it has finished what it needed to do...On the other hand, the end result of someone's process can be felt through what they have left behind. I hope this is what will eventually happen with the art I create.
Patternz - series 1
featuring the Malayan tigers the largest kitty in Asia XD
Coffee, newspapers and sleeping bird.
This was supposed to be for a fabric pattern, but it looks much better on a screen.
Pen and ink + watercolor. 1.5-2 hours.
A motif I having been enjoying in my sketchbooks lately but this time experimenting with positive and negative space. Watercolor and Posca pen in 8.25x11.75 Moleskine sketchbook.
Was truly a meditation making this.
THE DISC COLLECTION (4 PIC)
Done using color pencils on an A4 sheet.
A trippy forest that started as a pen doodle in Calculus class and is available as a print on products on Redbubble, Society6, Fine Art America, Zazzle, and Threadless. Try this link for easy access to all sites: https://linktr.ee/okhismakingart
Whether I make a stamp, pattern or a digital colored illustration, it always starts with a drawing. Preferably made with a 0.05 fineliner.
Journal Entry No. 1