A self-taught amateur, I love finding inspiration in other artist's work and looking for ways to improve my own.
I specialize in digital art.
Black and white, graphite (pencil) sketchbook drawing. (I get a kick out of doing these things.)
Kitty decided to go for a spin and got dizzy! Check out my completed Inktober posts on IG: @dittofunkysketch123 :D
Original ink and watercolor portrait painting on Strathmore 500 Series 4-ply Bristol illustration paper.
Signed by the artist. Unframed.
Dutch kitties. A picture for a friend to make her smile.
Black and white, decorative, graphite (pencil) portrait.
Pigment Fineliner Black & Stabilo 68
Inktober 2020 Day 25 - Buddy made with Realistic Paint Studio app for iPad
Inktober 2020 Day 27 - Music
We'll see what the month brings... I'm getting back into the swing of things and I'm starting to journal again. November has been good so far.
Less is more... how less is needed communicate a character?
No, I can't get it out of my head, now my whole world is gone for dead. This song has been stuck in my head for a while now, kind of interesting. I apologize for the long ramble of reflection this will be, but here I go. It's been an interesting few weeks, ups and downs, odd mindsets, but here I am. I don't know, quarantine has shifted a lot of things for everyone, and I've noticed a lot of changes in myself. I jokingly say I'm becoming soft, but it's a bit true, in a good way. I'm thankful for so many people in my life, and I'm finally letting those people how much they mean to me. I know I've said this before, but gymnastics has really been getting me through, and I'm proud of all the progress I've been making recently. My coaches make my life better, they're just incredible people and I love them so much. Thank you to the person I had a whole long text conversation with tonight (you know who you are) and for always dealing with my chaotic self. And finally, I've started to accept who I am, and that's a nice feeling. There's still the dark parts, the static still consumes me from time to time, but tonight was a good night. Thank you for all the support from everyone (in and outside of this community!). I genuinely appreciate all of it
I actually finally got round to framing this piece I did and hanging it up on my wall the other day, which made me really happy :).
Tool used: acrylics, colouring pencils, posca markers on brown A4 card.
This is our husky named Shasta and was drawn in Photo Shop using the brush tool. I find the more I create using my computer the more inspired I am to return to the project at a later date. If I would have drawn this on sketch paper it would be lost in my piles of sketches and might never even get shared with anyone.
Day 3 - Bulky
Acrylic on wood
Acrylic on reclaimed cabinet door
Day 2 of Inktober (I'm hoping to do this every day this year). A quick sketch in a clearer mindset than last night. Not sure why I named him Larry, but it seemed fitting. Here's to the fact that solving a physics problem on the first try legitimately made me jump out of my chair in excitement.
illustration for one of my friends... that octopi looks cute :)
WIP. Detail. Pandemic Self-Portrait No4. Some days feel darker than others. Oil on board.
Drawn in procreate.
The one subject that I don’t like to draw, so I have to force myself to draw them. Whenever I do draw them, they end up looking weird.