I used my new Derwent Inktense pencils. I am still getting used to them.
Okay, so admittedly these are VERY strange. However, these are drawings of my inner world. I have been processing and having a lot go on inside me lately and some of it has not been easy so my art is expressing my inner workings.
The head circled is in both drawings. Not sure what they mean yet.
Also do you doodle something if you are having some inner issues? Over and over and over again? The triangles felt important and the infinity in the next one always is.
This past 2 to 3 weeks I have been dabbling with the Feng Shui of my flat. It has been an interesting challenge as my flat is probably a Feng Shui experts worst nightmare lol! As we live above a garage, have only one entrance to our home, our bathroom is next to our kitchen, out kitchen is where our front door is and our wealth direction and upstairs is one complete room with no seperate walls. So its fun! Continue reading
I spent a couple of days immersed in this underwater playground. It’s quite a simple pencil sketch but I love seahorses and just wanted to colour in for the day. I love the idea of breathing and living underwater – how about you?
I hope to upload more art over the coming weeks and will when I can. At the moment I am painting a few canvasses for Christmas gifts for family and its taken up a lot of time. And as they are surprises I can’t post here – yet lol!
I have sketched a range of curly kitten pictures lately. And the cat on the left hand side seems to appear in every image. Funny that recently a lovely ginger cat called Kipper came into the garden. I made friends with him. I love my imagination.
This was sketched with basic pencils. I used my new set I thoroughly enjoyed colouring this in.
My friends little girl is turning 2 soon. I wanted to make her a simple picture for her bedroom wall. She loves cats, bees and cows (grin). So I just put them all into one drawing. Its got a little sheen to photo as I took it after I had put it into a frame for her birthday. It makes me smile.
One day I was thinking I needed to see what it was like to draw a portrait of someone again and as I am mainly on my own (apart from Mike) I thought I would give myself a go. It was a challenge in self love. I made my gums probably a bit bigger than they are but it helped me embrace who I am physically. Highly recommend it for self appreciation. The colours are colours I either needed at the time or are coming through me. Its fun, a bit caricature but I kinda like it. I used basic kiddies crayola pencils and black pen.