A big doodler. I feel so lost without a pen and a paper in my pocket.
Doodeling is my way of thinking.
Works digitally and by hand. Ink, watercolor, resin, poscapens. Anything that makes my socks roll up and down.
Don’t cry over spilled milk unless you are Mr. Milk of course.
More often than not, music defines where my lines go.
This is inspired by the expired stuff we find in the fridge more often than I’d like to admit. Plus I just had to draw sardines because my brain made me.
Pen & ink stipple portrait of Thomas Mann.
'Chasing Wormholes' 2017
Sketchbook. Coffee and Ink.
@ Ania Pawlik 2017
Drawing Prompt Submission
Sorry not sorry.
This is part of a sequence inspired by @moonchildillustrations and her #moontoberweekends prompts (this one is apple!). This was fun, I want to start incorporating more animation/ sequences on what I create. I got inspired by my mother, when she was little she was scared of eating seeds because she thought they would grow out of her ears. With that in mind, have a great October!
Étude chromatique colorée à l'aquarelle dans le cadre du cours de dessin à la deuxième session.
The final result of a color study exercise made in class. This piece got sold not long ago.
Black and white sketch with some red in it.
Watercolour and mixed media
There are some things I’m so grateful for in 2018 and then there was a lot of stuff that I would love to go away. So this is my farewell art. There’s nothing random in this doodle but I’ll keep most of it to myself. Let’s hope for a way better 19.