I have this tiny moleskin watercolour sketchbook I have just finished, so I'm going to upload some of my favorites dragons and plants I drew in it
Bee friendly plants you can cultivate, protect or care if you see them anywhere. There are many native flowers, herbs, vegetables and fruit trees that help pollination, the ideal is to grow species free of agrochemicals and pesticides.
The night is alright.
I called this 'plant', but think it should be entitled 'wallpaper'!
Here is a sneak peaks of my submission to the Home Sweet Home Challenge. I loved this challenge because it forced me to do something I never would have, which gave me happy surprises as I worked through it.
Taking notes in transplant class
I wanted to cover up a crappy scribble that was on this page, so I just covered it in black and used a white ink pen to doodle over it
What's inside my bag? well i bring point n shoot analog camera, a DSLR, pencil box (with pen, pencil and eraser inside), watercolor travel pack from Daler Rowney, mini sketchbook (i use Muji), lipstick, brush pens (Pentel). And no, i'm not bring botanical plant inside my bag, its just something i see and i directly draw it, haha.
A peaceful lady surrounded by nature.
From post-it note to canvas. Quarantine life has got me taking some of my old doodles and turning them into paintings.
Using my husband's garden as an inspiration, I love to make up containers and plants.
Anxiety-Ridden Gnome With His Trusted Service Log. Watercolor and Gouache on Arches watercolor paper
Mr. Happy Pants mixed media watercolor, gouache, and ink on paper.
Finally some competition for my post-it note plants series :) These doodles were in response to last week’s weekly drawing prompt. Say cheese!
A strange tentacled god that appears in my sketchbook dreams sometimes.
Ink and digital painting(Adobe Photoshop). Original drawing on A2. Based on life drawing sketch.
A collection of collections... things you might find on a shelf in someone's home... Just a few objects can tell a great story about a life.
These patterns are all made from drawings pulled from my 2017 sketchbook project. I studied fiber arts in grad school and learned how to do repeat patterns - the old fashioned way by cutting and taping paper together... I haven't done any in 25 years - until this month!
Your mind is a garden. Your thoughts are the seeds. The harvest can either be flowers or weeds. — William Wordsworth
Even lopsided plants deserve some attention.
Collage, ink, and gouache in the sketchbook
Yoshi photo-bombed my cacti post-it note.
Watch the video process on my instagram: https://www.instagram.com/p/CCcB1rLlMv1/