Another one for the Zoom series, but this one is me. I don’t do self-portraits often enough as I always find them oddly enjoyable but don’t tend to like the thought of staring at myself so I tend to not do them. They are great practice though and I should do more of them.
This was a fun little sketch I did in between working on a watercolor with the kids next to me. I like the way the folds on the foot turned out.
This is from a photo I took of my son rolling around and playing one day. I liked the angles of the shot and thought it would be good to try for practice.
Breaking the mold here of human-only subjects. A little watercolor of one on my daughter’s favorite animals, from a figure she has. She wanted me to do this one for her friend back in the states.
I liked the challenge of the folds in the foot on this picture. I think it turned out alright, used a 2B and dark colored Derwent drawing pencil on this one.
I liked this picture as a study in trying to capture the emaciated look of the tendons on the back of the hand. Happy with how it turned out.
Another portrait via Zoom using my trusty Derwent water pens and a Uniball pen.
Keeping the series of portraits in this particular style going…
Another one in the series of drawing my coworkers on Zoom. 😈
A quick 15-min drawing of a hand from quick poses using pencil and a Uniball Eye Micro pen.