Pencil (graphite) doodle drawing, 5 1/2" x 8 1/2".
It is the texture of the armadillo skin it took awhile to get the pattern but I think it went well.
I really like this pattern, created isolated elements and then decided to put them all together and see what happen...I enjoyed the colors so I made a pattern :)
The original doodles were done in sepia ink with dip pen. Then I scanned them, cut some of them out, copied and rearranged them digitally.
This is a nice marker drawing I made, with fancy black graffiti letters and a colorful abstract background.
Wine and some more wine
i divided the page into 8 sections and i filled each section with a different pattern.very satisfying.
Knit Mr. & Mrs bear. Pattern from Little Cotton Rabbits.
Whenever I make an artwork. I start with a random image and just start flowing while I edit. I belief that this will lead the result to deflect the state of my mind. In this case it was a photo of me and my cat. Take a moment a find the message this picture has to offer you. I hope that I was able to add something to your flow of thoughts.
As far as things that I can’t seem to shake off are concerned, it’s this fact that a place like Edinburgh where I live is akin to a village where everyone (artist folk in particular) seems to know everyone, and the patterns or quirks that emerge from this said thought process. In most collectives I’m a part of and/or are associated with, there’s what seems like an endless sense of crossover and overlap with fellow artists etc for lack of better words, which is lovely as it is insane... you know? All in all though, even if it drives me mad it does so in a strangely positive way and I’ve learned to live with that. So yeah, make of that what you will. :-)
This peice is a heart split into 15 sections. Each section is filled with individual patterns.
Motif // Acrylic on paper // 7 x 10 in // 2021