Did a drawing outside a window
A commission piece in progress....graphite!
Illustrated with Ink and Ink-Pens on Paper.
Copyright by Carolina Matthes
its almost done like a bit more to go im actully taking a while because no one is helping me and i didnt post but here is what its called so almost
A simple block-shade of a old photo I found of myself. Drawn in Procreate.
This is a digital drawing of a species I came up with. This is also my first attempt of making a base. I'm very pleased with how it turned out and I plan to only get better. Please do not use or claim the species as your own. I worked hard and all things I create are cherished and made with lots of care. Because I have a base, I'm open to color ideas. Please comment if there are any colors you would like to see on my Mikisu. Thank you!
My mamma loved chickens, so I made this for her.
Nobody suspected anything yet.
* Starting is easy, it's the middle that is often a muddle. And I won't even mention the endings. Here are some beginnings for children stories that flitter through my head.
Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee.
This had been my first time ever drawing clouds, gotta say im pretty happy with the outcome.
Used alcohol ink and a brush pen
Handdrawn stickers done with ink liner.
Not a whole lot to discuss here except that it took me FRIGGIN FOREVER to get it at least THIS accurate. It is crazy how hard your brain wants to put everything in the wrong place first and then you have to ..correct it? I don't know if I am making any sense lol.
Just a quick sketch, I might finish it later :)
I am on the edge with this drawing. I feel like it is almost there but not quite.....
I didn't realize how difficult it can be to achieve the atmosphere for creepy art...or at least what I portray as creepy. The actual photo in person actually looks nicer but sadly it lacks a bit digitally. The carriage is actually from a reference photo of a old hearse from way back so I thought that was really cool. Created with Black ink, Charcoal Powder Graphite Powder and a Kneaded eraser.
I recently discovered oil pastels and am being amazed every day at how versatile they are. While cleaning my desk this morning I found some blank ATCs (Artist trading cards, 2.5x3.5") and wondered if I could work small with such a bulky medium. Turns out, absolutely yes.
Hope all you mamas out there have and a terrific day!
ink on paper
Drawn on iPad with Procreate
I made this sketch while siting in a cafe in Jerusalem. Ink and a bit of coffee.