This piece was heavily inspired by the amazing designs of Ian McQue and it was one of the very first test-drawings on my remarkable 2 e-Ink tablet. So I was still in the process of adapting to this new tech :)
Luisa was my favorite character in this beautiful, fun Disney animation. I drew this in Adobe Fresco in about 6 hours. Still learning the program and testing brushes. Be sure to check out the time-lapse of the drawing on my Instagram. Cheers!
A colored pencil rendering of things on my desk.
I sketched this in August for the Red Book of Bashkortostan using watercolor and ink. Today I did some experiments with Illustrator and damn it looks cool
Watercolour and pencil crayon on watercolour paper.
Done with watercolour markers and brushpen on watercolour paper.
Looking for a movie to watch on the weekend? Well, we’ve got something for you! "The Gentlemen" will definitely catch you with its intriguing plot and entertaining humor. And charismatic Charlie Hunnam certainly won’t disappoint you! So stock up on popcorn and enjoy the comedy with your friends!
What's your favorite weekend movie? Feel free to share it in the comments below!
Used a random character generator. Had a lot of fun! Let me know what you think.
My first post on here and also my first time painting a car! This Cadillac will be a gift to my father since it is his favourite model.
Done with wateecolour and pencil crayons on watercolour paper.
Lioness study using a lesson @creatureartteacher.com by Aaron Blaise
Composition exploration sketch for a 2,5x1m line art illustration on canvas. 2019
Started out as a spider, but I flipped it upside down halfway through and thought it looked cool so I finished it in that orientation
Tiger from art classes @creatureartteacger.com by Aaron Blaise
ink on paper, abstract art, automatism
Celebrating nerdism with this workspace illustration from 2019.