It would mean a lot if you gave it a ‘like’!
Something I threw together in an hour or so the other day. It started off as one person, then turned into another… woops. But it did give me the opportunity to play around with mixing medias (watercolour, Indian ink, 6B pencil) followed by some manipulation on Photoshop.
I’m not sure… I think I like it…
2B/HB pencil on cartridge paper.
Is it weird that I find drawing with just pencils the most difficult thing to do?
I haven’t drawn like this in years, probably since doing my GCSEs, so I’m cutting myself some slack! I’m going to use the imperfections as a tool to make myself to better and practice :)
I’ve been scrapbooking! It’s not quite finished, but it’s definitely not a big ol’ heap on the floor like this anymore! I’ve really loved doing it… Can you be a professional scrapbooker?! Because I feel like that’s really something I could do…
I was wondering if you could help me!
I’m always trying to develop my sketching (pencil - tonal pieces) and I’d like to know… For softening shading (I usually hatch/cross hatch), are blender pencils the best option? I’ve forever been taught to not use your hands to blend which is something I’ve always stuck to but I would like for the shading not to look so… harsh, I think is the best word.
Does anyone have an opinion? If it is the best option, which brands are good (and available in the UK)?
Edit: What about colour shapers?
It’s been reeally bugging me how untidy and unorganised my workspace/half of the office has been for a while now. So today I blitzed it before I start work on one portrait and one fashion illustration. I’m pretty proud! Although it probably won’t stay looking like this for long…
I can’t wait to have a space to do art where half of my desk isn’t in darkness!
I got a lovely little Fujifilm Bridge camera today, so naturally it got its own blog post!