"A happy little planet but these aliens have landed and seem to be taking people away." A watercolored fountain pen drawing in my Moleskine sketchbook.
Abstract Metallic Watercolor
Watercolor on Aquarelle. This piece is incredibly close to my heart. It closely resembles the emotions that I was going through when I painted it. I tried to replicate the numbness and the restlessness that I felt in the eyes.
I've started a new mixed media sketchbook. Which is often times unexplainably daunting. To get over it I just dive in with lots of color. Then the fun begins.
My favorite season is the fall.
The Knitter Pen, ink, watercolor and colored pencil
This shambling creature haunts the fetid marshlands and is a protector of the birds and beasts who reside there. He's ancient, the last of his kind and a gentle soul who would much rather hide under the sticky mud than come face to face with a stranger.
THE DISC COLLECTION (4 PIC)
As my father would like to have this kind of painting, I started practicing. Open for your critique :)
A unique piece I made of an elephant with the world map superimposed over her face.
This tired elf has been working too many hours. This is how I've been feeling with a toddler and a newborn...
Meet Jerry Jr., the cheeseburger creature. He's sort of a slug, sort of a salamander, sort of just happy with where he is in life.
Ink & watercolor on 12x10 Arches watercolor paper
watersoluble markers, fineliners and stamps
Lavender field, 6x6” watercolour and gouache on paper _ Hope you like this :) for more artwork follow me on my instagram @euny.kim_ Thanks!!
And another sea turtle!
A mix of watercolor and India ink held together with some fun doodle motifs.
Yesterdays doodle (watercolor/ink/6x9")
"I take a step outside and I breathe the air, and I slam the door, and I'm on my way. I won't lay no blame, I won't call you names. 'Cause I've made my break and I won't look back; I've turned my back on those endless games." Although I'm a bit late, May 1st was Decision Day (congrats to everyone in the class of 2021!), and I'm proud to say I'll be a Blue Demon this fall (a very sciencey one at that).
I wanted to challenge myself with a different type of drawing without spending too much time on it. I am pretty satisfied with the results. It came out looking a lot more disgusting than I intended but it still works. lol Done in Graphite and Watercolor.
It's an odd feeling to reexperience the old anger and frustration I thought I had overcome, but, in all reality, I've been letting it creep back in for a while now. There was a moment of fear, it's still in the back of my mind, I'm afraid to slip back into the mental place I was a couple of years back. I'd like to say I've finally realized that it's ok to be afraid, and even a bit frustrated, but it's a matter of how I handle those emotions and my own reactions that make the difference.
My latest illustration created for an illustration technique demo video. Oil drawing transfer technique. Watercolor resists the oil drawing on the paper. Sometimes oil and water do mix.
Gouache and watercolor on Arches watercolor paper.
Trying different styles. This is one of my watercolor paintings. Visit my instagram to see more of my paintings. Thanks!
Watercolour, ink and gouache on a graphic design students work from Leipzig 1923. Created during lockdown in response to Corona. For sale.
Tiny little sketch of the hamburger I've been longing for. Done in watercolor on cold pressed paper 3" x 3"
Cactus inspired watercolor washes in my sketchbook. Kept this one very lose to see what happens. Watercolor is always full of surprises.