Architecture of the Day
Mommy tree and her daughter.
I hope they'll always be close to each other.
Pushing yourself to the next level is a great experience. I did it today by drawing this illustration.
It's what happened to me:
- I created effects I've never done before,
- my creativity reached its new highs,
- I developed new painting skills,
- I'm still feeling amazing.
Day 4 of #whimsicalByMamaminia art challenge.
A portrait of a pair of characters from my Victoriana tabletop game. An unlikely couple that drum up support for everyone odd and forgotten by the oppressive society they live in. As a red haired Eldren, she is considered cursed and likely to commit dark magics and as a Ratman William finds the residents of London look upon him with derision.
First time trying out Adobe Fresco paint brushes
Meadhbh with her long wild red hair all over the place. 2023, 5” x 8,” Ballpoint Pen on Moleskine Sketchbook.
I made a spread for one of my favorite artists Zilla Kami. I used prisma color pencils to color it!
Twenty years ago, in high school, myself and my peers were instructed to tie a piece of string to a candle. Holding the candle and dipping the string in India ink, we drew portraits. I added some watercolor along with the "blah blah blah..." around her head. I remember being frustrated at the inability to control the utensil and craft a "perfect" image. The meaning of the word "perfect" [for me] has evolved immensely since then.
Ink, colored pencil, paper. 2023
Finished version of La Luna.The picture doesn't do the colours justice.
Gesture of the Day
Acrylic on paper
Hand painted ceramic bowls
Illustrated with Ink and Ink-Pens on Paper.
Copyright by Carolina Matthes
Yet another self portrait. Whenever I am questioning my artistic abilities, I draw a self portrait to remind myself that I can draw but that I just need to familiarise myself with the subject matter.
challenge Inktobe 2023
THE 1ST OF HUNDREDS OF VALENTINES I'LL BE DOING