Working on tan paper. If you'd like to see my process there's a video of me painting this over on my Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k9jc-09Sjzs
Your mind is a garden. Your thoughts are the seeds. The harvest can either be flowers or weeds. — William Wordsworth
Handle with care
Skateboard deck for #iheartdecks exhibition in Wynwood.
Watch the video process on my instagram: https://www.instagram.com/p/CCcB1rLlMv1/
Because we share a common bond over Bob's Burgers :) .. 140 lb. Rough watercolor paper .. crappy AC Moore brand watercolors and micron ink
Currently exploring image making with fountain pens: immediate mark making, no pencil, no eraser. I'm enjoying the discovery process and embracing the stray mark made with semi-blind contour and continuous line drawings.
Wow! I was invited to spend the day in the recording studio drawing the creation of a jazz album. I will be going back to my studio to create the album cover art for the project. Included are few photos of my process drawings from the session. It was an amazing experience to spend time with these incredible musicians. I will share the final results at a later date.
Tried oil pastels in my sketchbook. Here's a process video https://youtu.be/XFhIEI39xbg
Jelly gouache in my sketchbook. Process video, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=stslwpRt8kM
I made a Youtube and just posted the process video for this there :) >> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J4lpHvevBlI
These horses were so much fun to draw. I used a Uni Posca marker with Daniel Smith watercolors. I was going to a craft fair and wanted to try out making stickers with Sticker Mule. It is a super easy process. The sticker is 1 inch in diameter.
"There's no angry way to say bubbles."
Art process video is up at : https://youtu.be/19GhrxR3rYQ
‘All you need is tea and warms socks’
Art process video is up at : https://youtu.be/s1-9DhKpFbI
Magical desserts ~ Paint process video, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X8AZypXR8bg&feature=youtu.be
Mural for Hayovel Elementary School in Tel Aviv. You can view a video of the process here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d_qfACOFD7o
Pretty pink girl noodling. Inspired by a process video on Loish's Patreon. I had a really fun time with the hair. :D
From Sketch to Final Water Coloring Stages, this is a spread from Tide Day! A lot goes into making a good composition, taking into account the center of the image where the binding is, and how to play with size and negative space. One of my favorite things to do is explore contrasting expressions between characters and highlight their emotions through physical stances and expressions. This was a tough challenge with the lack of limbs and the watery context, but Pearl's stubbornness and attitude shines through!
A procession of different characters drawn ink ink with no pencil sketching.
view more process shots via instagram https://www.instagram.com/g_r_o_b_o/
I started a new youtube series called Paint With Frenemy. Channeling Bob Ross in short painting videos. Check it out if you like and please like an subscribe! I'lll be posting new videos every Sunday 9am eastern time. This week video I paint a happy little taco with some stop motion animation mixed into the painting process. Link here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Hfj3xBju_c
I uploaded a version of this that I felt was kind of a throwaway. Just dinking around and trying to get a feel for techniques. In the end, while I was happy with what I learned, I didn't think much of it as far as a completed work goes. But I couldn't leave it alone so I took about another hour and fixed what I felt could be fixed short of starting from scratch. Because it's a process, right?
A quick group portrait I made to try making a timelapse of the process. The timelapse is posted to my instagram account. This time, I used brown and yellow bister ink on watercolor paper. Normally I paint the monsters themselfves, but now I used negative painting to create them.
I recently converted our garage into a studio space. The biggest construction project I've ever undertaken but I'm very happy with the end result. It's so nice to have a space made specifically for my creative process.
It's been a while since I draw on kraft paper.
So, here is the result on the thinking process: How can faun shield themselves from sunlight if they can't put a hat on?
Answer: They tie branches to theirs horns.
I should be the one shielding myself from the sun just so it can't kill anymore neurones.
Ça faisait vraiment un moment que je n’avais pas dessiné sur du kraft.
Donc voilà le résultat de la réflexion: Comment les faunes font pour se mettre à l’abri du soleil s’ils ne peuvent pas mettre de chapeau?
Réponse: Ils s’attachent des branches dans les cornes.
Je crois que c’est moi qui devrait me protéger la tête du soleil, histoire que ça ne cogne pas trop sur mes pauvres neurones.
Group portrait of the monster management team. Ink on watercolor paper. I pushed the contrast and colors a little in digital post-processing.
• Graphite Pencil
• White Pencil
• Kneaded Eraser
• Toned Tan Paper
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.