This is a pretty cool chandelier at the Village Burger Bar. It took me about 10 minutes to sketch it out, then I added some darker background with pastels at home. I've noticed that a lot of my drawings in this sketchbook are slanted the same way, and I've finally realized why. The sketchbook is … Continue reading .023 A Missing Light Bulb
I have this adorable set of bunny vases. They just like to stare at each other ^^;
Here's an interesting wall clock. I guess tiny format is not the best way to depict detailed objects. I also wish I included some other objects that would indicate the wall itself. Anyway, this was a fun doodle and practice piece.
A part of this challenge is to make an educated decision of what to include in the drawing. I used to try to include as much of reality in a drawing as I can. However, studying with Michael Mentler has taught me that artist has the power to include and exclude elements of an artwork … Continue reading .020 Flowers and Feathers
A quick sketch of a water bottle before going to sleep. This is a good example to show importance of the correct base of a sketch. I made the center line crooked and everything else turned out the same way. I used the center line as a guide and the main reference point, so the … Continue reading .019 Water bottle
I still haven't figured out the rules for this challenge. I'm trying to challenge myself to draw more; however, should I force myself when I don't feel like it? My first guess would be a "no." The goal is achieved at the very least, my little sketchbook if feeling up quite well. Therefore, no, I … Continue reading .018 Table Decor
Ever since I started this challenge, I've been trying to draw whenever I get the chance. This includes while waiting for food at the restaurants. People stare, but I don't care 😀 This peculiar vase was on the table at the Whiskey Cake restaurant. It's in shape of a light-bulb, and I believe that's rosemary … Continue reading .017 Peculiar decor
Continuing the Sabnautica topic, here's some kelp and Holefish!
Whenever I get some struggle with prompt topic, I lose the interest to continue. It just takes too much energy to catch up, so I think that's it for Inktober this year ^^; Instead, here's some underwater lily pads! I finally gave in and purchased Subnautica: Below Zero, and omg! It's insanely good, especially for … Continue reading .015 Lily Pads
The reason I don't really like strict prompts for challenges is because sometimes you just don't feel the topic. At times like this I just default to doodle sketches like this figure. The topic was "build," and it took me a while to come up with an idea. When I did, I really had no … Continue reading 0.14 Figure & Build