For a change, I thought I’d try painting on cork for my Aunt/Godmother’s Christmas present. (Since Christmas is over, I can post this online now haha) I had this idea of using two separate panels that make up one image. It was supposed to be this woman with the sea as her hair and littleContinue reading “Painting on cork”
Ballpoint pen on notebook paper. Cleaned up lines and texture by ~teeth-man added in Photoshop. I’m not good with titles. Title generated by the Random Title Generator.
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 lotContinue reading “Cirque”
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, onceContinue reading “Carnavale: Mermaid”
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.
Self Defense 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. Kulay Canson was 60% off so I bought a sketchpad for pastelsContinue reading “Oil Pastel”