This was my Saturday meditation. Drawing that juicy pepper was so therapeutic. The muse is Alyona from the Museum by Sktchy app and I drew the portrait on my iPad Pro using the Procreate app.
This is Carmynn from the Museum by Sktchy app drawn on my iPad Pro with an Apple Pencil using the Procreate app.
I was experimenting with producing something messier, a little less tidy and contained, with this portrait of Faeze made on my iPad Pro.
Drawing with a migraine at the moment which seems to have made David look a little sadder in this portrait than he does in the inspiration photo 🙂
I’m so over Inktober. Three days in and I’d had enough of monochrome making me miserable so I’m back to doing what I love – with colour and whatever medium I feel like using.
This is the beautiful Nazli from the Museum by Sktchy app, drawn on my IPad Pro using the Procreate app.
The prompt for day 3 of Inktober is “vessel”. I’ve drawn Tanza from Museum by Sktchy for this prompt – interpreting both the body and the bath as a vessel.
A portrait of Nathan for day 2 of Inktober 2021amd today’s prompt, which is “suit”.
Today is Day 1 of Inktober 2021 when artists worldwide draw in ink for the entire month. Today’s Inktober prompt is Crystal and I chose to draw Sktchy muse Weston WIlliams with a Bic 4 colour pen.
My last few watercolours have been a complete disaster. I’m not sure why, I just seem to have been really struggling with technique, control, paper, everything. It goes that way sometimes. So it’s been a few weeks since I’ve opened my watercolour sketchbook. But today I painted this portrait and it came out so better than anything I’ve done recently and I’m so glad. I made plenty of mistakes, pilling the paper in a few places, but I’m still very happy with it. Hoping it means I’ve found my watercolour mojo again.
My husband bought me a SketchboardPro as a gift and this portrait of Kennedy is the first drawing I’ve made on my iPad Pro using it. The iPad Pro fits into it and it basically creates a much larger and portable working desk space for drawing, which you can use anywhere. I love how much space it gives me to rest my arm now.