Your mind is a garden. Your thoughts are the seeds. The harvest can either be flowers or weeds. — William Wordsworth
From post-it note to canvas.
Quarantine life has got me taking some of my old doodles and turning them into paintings.
Even lopsided plants deserve some attention.
From post-it note to canvas. Quarantine life has got me taking some of my old doodles and turning them into paintings.
Finally some competition for my post-it note plants series :) These doodles were in response to last week’s weekly drawing prompt. Say cheese!
(some doodles require two post-it notes)
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
Watch the video process on my instagram: https://www.instagram.com/p/CCcB1rLlMv1/
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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.
Anxiety-Ridden Gnome With His Trusted Service Log. Watercolor and Gouache on Arches watercolor paper
A simple doodle in watercolour of some pot plants. Imaginary, of course.
Mr. Happy Pants mixed media watercolor, gouache, and ink on paper.
Using my husband's garden as an inspiration, I love to make up containers and plants.
Inktober 3 - Herbology
These are just some still life plant drawings that I have recently done. It us more relaxing when ai worry less about erasing my mistakes so much. Less messy too!
The night is alright.
Binturong, a fluffy animal with even fluffier ears. Really mysterious if you ask me. I made a small comic of this, you can see more on Instagram.
On a more serious note, binturongs are fascinating and also a vulnerable species, with a decreasing population (acording to the IUCN redlist).
You can learn more about them through @abconservation.
When we help someone there is always something that blooms and grows beyond us. It is an increasingly necessary action in a world that unfortunately is increasingly divided.
@givingtuesdaypt challenged me to illustrate its movement inspired by this year's motto "Together we change the world"!
This day is celebrated on the first tuesday after BlackFriday, calling on anyone to choose a cause that ressonates with them and give back to them however you can. Thus, a wave of massive generosity is created, which can (and should) extend beyond today! Are there any organizations you want to support?
Another house that I found interesting, this one is across from the library in my local town. I love drawing all the vegetation detail - how the buildings decay and are slowly taken over by plants.
Part of a series I've been creating of colorful insects, plants, birds, and animals.