Wow I can’t believe we’re already on day 17! This has been a really fun challenge so far and I’ve been really enjoying making drawings every day!
This is just a quick update to wish you all a happy holiday season regardless of what you celebrate, and to let you know what I have in store for you guys in the new year. Now that the busiest season of the year is over, I can relax and put my feet up! ;D… Continue reading Christmas Update
Whew! It’s finished! Up till now the only things I had drawn using the powder blender were invertebrates, which are generally very shiny and easy to shade. I wanted to see how easy or difficult it would be to draw fur using the colored pencil painting kit, so I decided to draw this! I discovered… Continue reading Finished cheetah drawing and tutorial
I am really behind on my updates! My gosh! An awful lot has happened in the last months and it has been a very stressful time for me. Unfortunately my artwork has lapsed because of this. I do apologise for the lack of updates! Thankfully I am back on track now so expect plenty of youtube… Continue reading Holiday Doodle!
I’m currently working on an 11x14inch graphite portrait of a very cute dog called Mini. This is where I’m up to so far: Below is a little progress shot I took a couple of hours back. All three stages of my artwork process are pretty much visible in this WIP shot! On the… Continue reading Work in Progress: “Mini” Portrait Commission in Graphite
Disclaimer: Please be advised that this blog is not affiliated with any art supply manufacturers/providers and that anything stated in this blog post is solely the opinion of the blogger. The set comes with five pencils ranging from HB to 8B as well as an included paint brush. There is a good range of values… Continue reading Product Review: Faber Castell Graphite Aquarelle watersoluble graphite pencils
Today I thought I would share a couple of quick doodles with you! I recently splashed out on some new art supplies including soft pastels which I have never used before now. I was surprised at how lovely and fast they are to draw with!