Drawing in green ink I drew in my sketchbook.
Acrylic on Moleskine sketchbook. Part of my Simpson’s themed sketchbook
Two profiles of two dog characters in the anthro form. The one on the left is looking upwards while the other is doing the opposite. Both are in dramatic emotion and they are not conjoined twins. haha
Posca pen on Moleskine pocket sketchbook
Flashy smile with a 3d effect.
Alot of artists that I love are dead. But they are still alive in my mind. Drawn traditionally, Colored digitally.
I need a savior. Drawn traditionally, Colored digitally.
how to create art? was there ever a more anguished question, seemingly with no answer? well maybe just put fish in an unusual setting idk
I hope it rains soon.. Drawn traditionally. Colored digitally
Miku Kobato - the guitarist, vocalist, and founder of BAND-MAID (the japanese rock-band).
Filling my belly with the remnants of the night prior’s takeaway (almost always on Sunday mornings) before the day job starts is fast becoming a ritual of mine’s lately, hence the name of this one. The joys, eh?
Sabrina Spellman from chilling adventures of sabrina. Made with sketchbook pro
"Soon to be royalty" - young with impossible dreams. Drawn traditionally, colored digitally.
Some quick sketches inspired by watching people dance
This color sketch was done for a pumpkin carving design I did for the Chadds Ford Historical Society Great Pumpkin Carving contest. The sketch is a a lot more impressive then what you can see here ,unfortunately when the picture was scanned ,The Kinkos sale person chopped half of the image that shows the hands, one point at you, and the other holding the sickle,and the flowing rope hanging off the Grim Reaper's arms. I spent a couple of week just studying skeleton to do this sketch. I was Inspire to do this design by the thought that came across my mine about death. We are like helpless babies playing Peek A Boo when it come to our knowledge of the time death will drop by to pick us off. Some people who are terminally ill and are told by the doctor they have only a couple of days to live,must feel like the Grim Reaper is sitting right in front of them with his face hidden behind his hands, and when you lest expected he opens his hand like to great door turning on their hinges to open up to reveal him sticks his face in their's and shrieking ,"Peek A Boo," and followed by a hideous laugh .
Stephen J.Vattimo July 19, 2012
I'm a big fan of a japanese rock-band BAND-MAID, and here's a portrait sketch of their lead guitarist - wonderful Kanami Tōno :)
Charcoal and white chalk on toned tan paper.
Just finalised this #kingfisher. I'd like to thank @ilanhorn for his kind permission to draw from his photograph gallery http://www.ilanhorn.photography
Elephant sharks are a thing I’ve only just recently discovered (yes I know), and boy are they fun to draw! :-D
Sketch for future artwork
Inspired by a recent experience I had during a trip to the bank, and just reflection on “masks” we wear in general I suppose.
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. :-)
Red chalk (sanguine) and white colored pencil on toned paper
New sketchbook time again? That it is. Credit to one of my workmates for inspiring the title here, hehehehe. It's been a busy few days here at Bleu HQ... '^^ :-)