Mixed media on aquarelle paper, 33 x 22 cm
Acrylic on wood
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graphite and dry aquarelle pencils on watercolour paper
A charcoal portrait of my cat, Rex. He didn't seem impressed.
A preliminary sketch for a belt buckle manufacturing company who requested a multi-layered story (scene) to be made out of various types of metal.
Pastel, charcoal pencil and graphite on watercolour paper, 29 x 36 cm
I'm going to paint this guy onto an egg next Easter. Ink & watercolor on 5x5 Arches cold press.
Yoshi photo-bombed my cacti post-it note.
Acrylic and graphite on wood
Mixed media on watercolour paper, 33 x 22 cm
The rufous-tailed plantcutter (Phytotoma rara), sometimes called the Chilean plantcutter, is a passerine bird of southern South America.
I've been a little down what with the current state of affairs. Also, it's Mermay.
Graphite pencil drawing of a Robin
Fool in the Rain
I was just thinking of how every time I see a moth, somebody has to point out that they're just 'Ugly Butterflies'.
Made by Autodesk sketchbook using mainly pencil tools.
Pastel pencils on canvas fabric
Indigo playtime in the studio.
Graphite on paper
This is a illustration I did for a book about recipes In Peruvian forest region.
Among the backwoodsmen of America there was a superstition that bears breed only once every seven years, and when they did this caused such a disturbance in the atmosphere that any cattle in the district which were about to calve would lose their young.
From "A DICTIONARY OF OMENS AND SUPERSTITIONS" by Philippa Waring. https://www.instagram.com/p/CA5Y7HaBrTw/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link
Acrylic on paper format A3
Chill the Toller - Graphite on paper
oil, fixed digital ,,hope you see the waves free,,!! nedds detailing but its a good try over the hiden shore,,
Graphite and dry aquarelle pencil on watercolour paper, 22 x 34 cm
What do y’all think so far? I haven’t been working on it too much bc I was busy. I’m pretty happy with it.
Drawn for the inktober 2019 "Overgrown" prompt