I don’t even know why.
I have horrible posture. Never, not ever, do I sit straightforwardly, perpendicular to a chair or couch, or what have you. I decided one day that, in order to work on drawing bodies in different positions, I’d attempt to draw my various preferred poses. So, here’s me on an infinity couch. Notes: these are all […]
Contrary to popular belief, I sometimes have no purpose to what I do. Here are some examples of purposeless drawings.
Problem: I had a time lapse video of me drawing a curious mermaid, with no way to share it. Solution: I created a YouTube account. (Thanks, Dad!) Product: http://youtu.be/GKO6Ue-4chA
I don’t have much of an introduction, but here goes. I drew this piece with a humble #2 pencil. It started as an experiment with how to draw cupped hands, but I figured halfway that I could experiment with drawing water as well. Some techniques I used here were shading, forced perspective, and simple movement. […]
A fairly recent experiment with light and skin… tips and pointers welcome! Previously Mentioned Experiment Note: I’m still working on realistic-looking hair- however that wasn’t my goal with this drawing, so I’m fine with the cartoony sheen.
On Saturday, my family and I went to an Art festival. One artist painted giant faces in unnatural colors. The paintings inspired me to draw this blue girl. P.S. I’m sorry it’s not bigger, I still need to figure this out.
One of my few obsessions is drawing eyes. This is the first eye I have to post, but there Gould be more coming soon.
A charcoal ballerina, because charcoal is dramatic and ballerinas are perfect. Dramatic perfection. P.S. The hands were hard. I think I pulled it off, though. Also, sorry about the lighting, I have to work on that.