We got a new Risograph printer in work this week which I've done some tests on I'm quite excited to do some more Risograph work in the future! I love the texture it gives to my work, it adds so much depth to the pieces.
I will potentially make these into wooden pins at a later date
While on a ferry to Ireland a couple of months ago I was inspired by the waves and landscape to digitally paint this image, featuring this quote by Alfred Lord TennysonBelow the thunders of the upper deep,Far, far beneath in the abysmal sea,His ancient, dreamless, uninvaded sleepThe Kraken sleepeth: faintest sunlights fleeAbout his shadowy sides; … Continue reading Octopus
Had a little play with water couples last night after not touching them for quite a long time. I forgot how versatile they are and how even kinda crappy pictures can be fixed with a dash of colour! I decided to redraw my mermaid who I previously drew digitally which was fun to do … Continue reading Watercolours
I'm a little behind on my posting so I'll be posting some of my sketches over the next few days, for now here's a ghibli picture I drew in studio a couple of days ago after watching Howl's Moving Castle and being enchanted 🙂 Happy new year everyone!
Pretty much speaks for itself really. I always forget that Gyarados is flying type Pokemon until I look at its stats. My Gyarados is a big fatty 🙂
http://pencilcat.tumblr.com/post/27420093968/30-days-of-art-improvement-challenge 30 days of art improvement. Day2: draw a figure
Aye Ayes are one of the sadder species of animals I've read about. They are currently endangered partially due to deforestation and partially due to the fact they're a little bit creepy looking. Local people kill them if they point their finger at them due to superstition. One of the cool things about Aye Ayes … Continue reading Aye Aye
Julia Kristeva wrote 'Powers of Horror: an Essay on Abjection' in 1982. I have created this image, choosing what I consider abject, I have focused on defilement, disease and death. The style was heavily influenced by Barron Storey.