Here's another quick portrait of a girl. Sometimes I carry several pens, and this time I decided to use bright blue to accent some parts of the drawing. The main part is the heart that this girl is wearing on her neck. The proportions are somewhat off on the torso, and I wish I'd made more definition on the face.
Every now and then, I see a person with interesting features. Immediately, I want to draw this person, but it's tough! This usually happens when I'm completely off practice with my portraits. On top of that, the particular feature that interested me most, takes over and turns out to be over-exaggerated. Let's assume that this … Continue reading .039 Long Neck, pen portrait
That time when thoughts start flowing around and through your head, right when you're about to fall asleep...
I attempted my first watercolor portrait! 😀 I never really painted people with watercolors before, apart from princesses when I was a child 😀 This is a #paintpierre challenge by @artsavoirfaire (IG) and @theartsherpa (IG), I'm finally participating in things! 😀 I also recorded a process video, check out my YouTube to view video! Pierre … Continue reading Paint Pierre Challenge
I never took much liking to colored pencils, until one day I felt the urge to sharpen every pencil I had in the house. It’s quite a meditative task and sometimes one just feels like it. That’s when I thought of actually trying to use them again, after all, I do have quite a few … Continue reading Mademoiselle Sketchbook
I think I've attempted self-portrait only once in my life as an assignment in high school. Ever since then, I was puzzled by a weird feeling one gets when attempting to draw oneself. Because we don't actually look the way we perceive ourselves ^^ This was a quick 45-min graphite practice sketch on newsprint. Immediately, … Continue reading .001 Self Portrait