Saturday, June 14, 2014

Less sleep = creative burst

Here are some things I've been working on lately. While I've been recovering from surgery, I haven't been sleeping as well, that has given way to some fun doodles. Things had been busy lately and I had gotten out of my daily doodling habit. Now with my limited activity, I'm actually having time now to go back to long neglected projects & it's always fun to make progress on those :)

This teeny bday owl was a spur of the moment creation for a friend, I wanted to make a little cute decoration for the cookies I made. This little owl is very festive with a little bday hat on and a celebratory cupcake :)

This is a little flower I did in procreate I love that you can paint and layer texture/color. It's so relaxing & less frustrating than real painting lol but that's another story. 

Here is another drawing I did in adobe ideas/ illustrator. I played around with multi colored pastel curls :) Her facial features were a little big so I tweaked those and thought about keeping the skin tone absent, but it just looked too weird. After much work I got the drawing to where I wanted it.

I can't decide which color version I like better, I'm kind of leaning towards the 1st one with the greenish eyes. I'm really happy with how it came out and I think I will put it in my shop later.

I'm also finally starting to make progress on some Adventure Time drawings, which I'm really excited about! I love all the personalities of the different characters, such a fun show :)

I really love Tree Trunks the elephant, she's just so sweet and loves to make pies, she reminds me of a grandmother type figure. Anyway so hopefully I will be sharing more on that later.

What are you working on lately?  

1 comment:

Alicia Mackin said...

Oh I hear you being a chronic insomniac. But at least something good came from it. I hope you feel better soon.

Allie of ALLIE NYC

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