So my mate had his birthday today, and I thought a traditional “HAPPY BIRTHDAY, YOU ARE FAB, NEVER CHANGE” message on Facebook was a little tired, so instead I made him a little illustrative comic of sorts. Since he’s discovered ‘stickers’ on Facebook, his favourite set is the little array of cactus in various forms.… Continue reading Birthday Cacti
So in a great effort of procrastination, I spent a lot of my day avoiding my to do list (of 13 points long), and instead drawing cute little chibi mangoes onto the faces of a friend’s Facebook profile pictures. I have zero regrets about making this kawaii lil pics, but my to do list is… Continue reading Man goes where no mango has gone before.
Drifloon has been one of my favourite Pokémon since I bought a beanie which had its resemblance a number of years ago, and as such, with nothing in particular in mind of what to draw, I decided that a quick sketch of Drifloon was the way to go. Feel free to see my awesome ass… Continue reading Pokemon: #425 Drifloon
My sister purchased watercolour pencils for my birthday, and this was my first sketch to trial them out! Didn’t get the chance to use water on them, but I quite like the effect it had on its own.
Just playing around with sketches while I skyped someone from the internet. I started off drawing the wind, but it evolved into Autumn’s hair.
So as my event fast approaches, I wanted to find a way to remind people of some of the little things to remember for the party. The first little image I have created is to remind people to bring swimmers. This continues utilising the branding I have already set up for my event (see HERE… Continue reading ELYSSE IS TURNING 21: Facebook Reminder Pics
I’ve been looking into cartoony vector illustration style over the last few days because I love vector illustration, and the different approaches people take fascinate me. While I personally tend to opt for a chibi style approach, there are a lot of other styles out there. As such, I started working on a vector hand… Continue reading Gotta HAND it to artists: Hands are hard to draw.