Finally got around to drawing a Ringmaster for my litttle circus.
Again, full-view’s a bit blurry. No scanner, so that’s a crappy camera phone pic, parchment texture by ~teeth-man added in photoshop.
Watercolour, watercolour pencils and ink on paper.
Watercolour, inked with techpens.
Really bad picture of this. Had to fix it up a lot in photoshop. The original looks better, I swear. Watercolour, watercolour pencils and ink. This was my self-portrait for the LUNAROCK exhibit. Watercolour, watercolour pencils and ink.
I wanted to draw more Circus performers, but I couldn’t get anything decent done aside from the 2 trapeze artists I did before. So, I’m deviating a little.
Truth is, I just really wanted to draw a mermaid in an afro.
watercolour, coloured pencils, and techpens on water colour paper. (better title to come, once i think of something)
My christmas gift to my aunt/godmother.
she’s a big Klimt fan, so i thought i’d make her something Klimt-inspired. she’s also an obstetrician-gynecologist hence the mother-and-child theme. haha.
Crappy camera-phone pic,so the colours aren’t as vibrant as they’re supposed to be.
Watercolour and gold acrylic on watercolour paper, outlined with ink.
She’s unfinished, but I’m uploading because I like how her face came out because it’s such a challenge for me to draw un-anime looking people.
Watercolour on sketchpad paper, lined with ink.
A quasi-self portrait i did for a class last semester. I screwed up the veins and arteries a bit, but that’s what you get when you cram a plate the night before the deadline.
oil pastel and poster paint on vellum.
Canson was 60% off so I bought a sketchpad for pastels even though I haven’t used them in forever.
This is me proving to myself that, yes, I am terribly out of practice so I call this a study in colour.
my entry for the Neil Gaiman art contest.
Yvaine, from “Stardust”.
i’d originally planned it to be a mosaic, but the only time i had to do it was the day before the deadline. eep.
done in water colour instead. except for the background, which is in poster paint.
A tribute to Sandman and Jill Thompson.
Watercolour, watercolour pencils, lined with ink.
Pen and Ink on Bristol Board
This started out as a curly doodle at the back of a notebook, which evolved into a wing, which evolved into a woman with wings. XD I liked how it turned out so i re-did it on non-lined paper.
pen & ink om sketchbook paper.
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Coloured pencils on sketchpad paper. I was originally planning to ink and colour this but I like how it turned out this way.
This was supposed to be a full-colour, more comprehensive illustration of the first one but I suck at planning and I ran out of space. Haha. Coloured pencils, lined with ink on sketchpad paper.