A botanical explosion to celebrate Mother Nature in all her floral glory! Drawn in pen and ink and really therapeutic to do!
Ink & watercolor on Arches cold press.
Drawn using 0.03 and 0.05 fineliners, this one is for a book cover so cannot reveal the finished image yet! I do love trees, they are so fascinating to draw.
"The Tree People" finished line work. Pen = Sailor Pro Gear, EF nib. Pilot Black ink. I love this ink... if only it was waterproof. Works well with markers though.
Draw series of pines at Hailuoto island. There is many beautifull pines. Not a tall but quite thick and hardy stubborn trees
A couple of winter tree drawings.
Nature is where you become a true you, it's a place to disconnect from the world and to feel so connected to it at the same time.
Tiny starflowers under trees are one part of macig at Finnish woods. This works point is more at illusion than realism
A feast of all things flora and fauna!
Another ”serie” what i’ve been drawing lately. Weird creatures or living trees at woods.
Two old trees.Illustration from Singer/songwriter Juha Tapios song Kaksi Puuta. Story of couple who are like two old trees. Both standing alone but sametime weave roots together. .
Another forest just a purplish color scheme and a few scenery changes tried to add some more detail to the trees
It's not shown in this drawing, but seconds later the trees ate all these people.
This is my first attempt at doodling some trees and it most certainly was not an easy task. I hope as I practice that I will be able to draw more detail and a variety of trees. Special thanks to Jean Garro (@Gentoo201) for the inspiration with her awesome drawings! ʕ•ᴥ•ʔ♥♥ Thanks girl!
Quick sketch of owl in snowy trees
Been trying to get some practice in at drawing trees but they keep coming out looking so bizarre.
Continuing with the doodling and just watching what emerges. I'm beginning to thoroughly enjoy this strange turn of art events in my life.
Birdhouses in Trees colouring page
Five 40 foot + trees went down around my house back in October 2012. Since 1994 I have lost as many trees on my property as there had been present when I bought the house. Sheesh.
I don't normally paint trees. So I was surprised when my daily doodling produced this loose interpretation of the tree in my garden. I quite like it. Doodles are magical.
Both buildings and trees are things I'd like to be better at... I'm going to have to branch out from leafless trees and decrepit structures eventually but for now the trees stay leafless
I've been working on various incarnations of this Millet. His original is in black crayon and is amazing.