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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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.
This is a super quick entry to update/talk about several new supplies I got recently. I was going to post something else (think video) but my laptop officially died this past Saturday.
Here are few entries from my sketchbook.
Above is a little study I did inspired by dear Anya. I included jellyfish ghosts (or something).
It’s been like forever since I did my last Sketchbook log. This is a small warm up experiment I did on my redbubble sketchbook with watercolours, a ballpoint pen, a pencil colour, jasmine tea and white acrylic paint.
I made a bunch postcards (14 to be exact) to share with friends. I used ballpoint pens, Sharpies and some doodling action. Keep reading for a chance to get an original postcard yourself. 😉
Here’s an update from my new sketchbook. These are just ideas and drafts I’ve been working on.
I had made this illustration last year but forgot to add it up here. It’s a purple haired creature to trade with