I’m trying to fill my sketchbook so I decided to take it with me this weekend. I wanted to do something different, so I sketched I bunch of Pokemon in random order on my Strathmore Watercolour Sketchbook.
The Pokemon Go game just released their legendary Pokemon Raids, so I went out and tried to capture Lugia and Articuno (watch the video to see if I succeeded).
A few weeks ago I posted this video where I showcased my favourite current art supplies and how I use them.
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I’ve made another huge store update/restock this week, including new bookmarks and originals. I also made a video guide showcasing all the prints and stickers currently available in my shop.
I´ve been drawing sparkly bats. Lots of them! I think the black paper accentuates their nightlife nature as well as all the glitter and metallic goodness of the inks. I made a timelapse video to show you the process behind these batlings.
This is a watercolour illustration I made to be used as a bookmark. The bookmarks based on this design will be released later on.
Follow me through my process in search for inspiration. I´ll take you to Hacienda San Miguel Regla where I fall in love with the texture of ivy leaves. Check out the video below!
Four new photography prints are available in my store, ready to be framed or archived. Read more about them here.
I finally made some prints and stickers out of my work and I couldn’t be happier. It was a very hands-on experience where I had the opportunity to choose the types of paper/materials and printing techniques. I also cut everything myself.
Black cats, Ghosts, Aliens… Mab’s Drawlloween Club came to an end this year. The last week was the hardest (time-wise) so I combined some of the last ideas into single concepts. Managed to finish a total of 30 promts (missed the Custom Creature). My personal challenge was experimenting more with my tools and ideas. The most important thing was creating the habit of thinking conceptually and sketching daily.