This is how I eat sushi
Ink on paper.
My first horse study in acrylic medium. I love the tossed main, it looks so anthropomorphic!
45/100 of my nature illo themed 100 Day Project. I started my challenge drawing only on my iPad but hit some bumps when I forgot my Apple Pencil in Florida (I live in California). With that, I have been getting reacquainted with my sketchbook which has been set aside for a few months until now. Feels good to get back into it. Everytime I come back to painting, I wonder why I ever paused in the first place.
Day 1 of a 40 days challenge of Pokemon: draw yourself as a Pokemon Trainer
This weeks prompt for the #jimbobdrawingshow
This is a design i made into a tshirt on my cotton bureau site. https://cottonbureau.com/people/jim-bryson
Done on the iPad using procreate. Therapeutic meditative doodling.
I have a lot of cats living in my neighborhood now. I want to hug them all.
Doodle made with iPad Pro, Apple Pencil, and Procreate. Tracked time: 3 hours & 55 minutes.
My favourite commission so far! Took me a while this one but so pleased with the finished piece. Didn't want to let her go! Drawn in black and white line using fine liners.
A girl with pink hijab
This acrylic painting was developed from a spectacular photo that was gifted to me. As usually, I had to make some changes. The head was looking away. I created a model for what I needed and filled in details from research.
Portrait of character from personal comic project.
18” x 24” acrylic
Mermay sketch from a while back.
A Mermay sketch from last year
I have never loved drawing anything city related because I am lazy when it comes to perspective. However, I have learned that I actually like the wobbly nature of my more recent attempts. Or, I simply embraced my laziness. Either way it has been fun!
A sketch I did a while back for the JimBob Drawing show prompt "Zombie Rabbit"
Pen and Ink sketech coloured in Photoshop https://www.instagram.com/jimbobdrawingshow/
Well... happiness... not a cigar called Hamlet.
Watercolour painting thanks
I was gifted a pad of Yupo watercolor paper. The color vibrancy is unreal! Definitely a learning curb but the results are so fun. Plus this got me painting again. Working digital is such an easy fall back, but nothing beats a brush to paper.
Imaginary Friend Drawing Challenge