Skip to main content

Art Vs Artist April 2020

Animal Study: Puggle (baby echidna)


Look at my puggle!!!!  Isn't he cute!  I find it fascinating that baby echidnas spikes are nice and soft when they are young.  Another one using a reference pic from google and only using a fineliner and Copic markers to colour this one in.  I find it relaxing drawing up animals and not using a pencil.  Pencils tend to make me a bit precious about the work.

So am not working for a couple of weeks, which is awesome. I may be able to catch up on a few things like sorting out my paper work, going through my files and start organizing and consolidating all of it.  Go through more of a cull with my clothes and start shredding unneeded paperwork.  Clear out my studio, organize my art materials.  That would be really good....

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Some journal entries!

Hi, hi! 

How are things going?  Thought I would touch base.  My first week and a bit at work has been quite full on.  Lots of work to do for now.....will see how that goes.  Rob and I went to Sushi Jiro at the QV last weekend for some delicious sushi train.  We love sushi train.  I especially wanted to draw the scampi nigiri and the spicy salmon nigiri.

I also drew my fatty boombah kitty, Hanzo.  He is on a diet...but it's going to take time to lose weight, so he's still fat.  I need to lose weight too.  I really need to lessen my sugar and certainly exercise more. 

Working on some test animations tomorrow.  Should be good fun!

IF: Mail

"Peggy was so surprised when she discovered that........"

This is my submission for Illustration Friday: Mail.  Thought I would leave it open ended for everyone else to fill in the blanks.

I haven't been able to submit for two weeks because of freelance work and it feels so nice to have something up for this week.  I am still on fashion illustration mode and enjoying it a lot.  Done in Flash and tweaked in Photoshop.

IF: Burning

Howdy!

This is my illustration for Illustration Friday and the theme is Burning.  I wanted to do something simple with bold colours and I went for "burning passion" and why not?  I think it's the type of burning most people wont mind at all.  This was illustrated in Flash.

I bought two awesome fashion books today: Dreaming of Chanel and Dreaming of Dior.  I would definitely recommend them!