As of late, knitting has taken a back burner. Most of my designs for the next fall and winter season are drawn up and ready to swatch, but I feel burnt out on that front. So, I decided to take to the sketchbook.
This week I wanted to start jumping into some simple style study by checking out a few library books. The first books I looked for were the masters of Art Nouveau. Alphonse Mucha is my favorite, but also the most well known.
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I’m proud of this illustration. Drawing hair has been the bane of my existence for a long time. While there is definitely room to grow, this is probably one of my best works thus far. The prompt of the day was Underwater. I didn’t have to dig deep or find a lot of reference material for this illustration. Continue reading FO Friday: Inktober 2017 (Day 4)
I planned this project during the Wisconsin Sheep & Wool Festival (September). It’s probably the one good fiber-related idea I had that day. Otherwise, I wouldn’t have bought any yarn. How crazy is that?
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It’s been forever since I drew a horse. So, I took a stab at it on Clip Studio Paint (Resources List). I used some digital watercolor markers and a g-pen over some realistic pencils.
This felted duffel bag can carry your yoga mat to your next session. It’s constructed to fit the most basic mat, advanced users with heavier mats can easily adapt this pattern by adding length.
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Welcome to Day 17’s finished illustration where I tried two new techniques/tutorials for coloring the hair and eyes. Deviant art houses most of my favorite tutorials.
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