(Graphite pencil drawing)
Sometimes it's more fun for me to just do quick sketches, like this. Small scale, no blending, minimal details..
It's certainly not as satisfying as creating a highly detailed portrait, but it's also not as d
Altair from Assassin's Creed. (Marker and Colored Pencil drawing)
I love this game series! The first one will always be classic but I love many of the sequels too.
My favorite game series:
The Legend of Zelda
The Elder Scrolls
Jared Leto (charcoal pencil)
Here is another portrait drawing that I did 10 years ago. It's funny to think that it's been so long since I completed some of these artworks. I find that my attention span is sometimes short and I'm off seeking new cha
Version 3. I think this is my favourite version.Couldn't fit the whole thing but here's what ive been working on. Ive named it "pain in the butt" because it took like 10 layers to make the hair. Its done from scanning a photo and then editing and dra
To celebrate my new art account here on Instagram and to thank you all for following me on this art journey.. I want to give YOU a chance to win some of my Art Print items!!
So here goes..
1️⃣ Sea Tur
This man taught us these things in life:
LOVE YOURSELF! Because you're the only person who will be with you your entire life. Enjoy your own company instead of expecting someone else to make you happy. .
Dragon Samurai (Graphite pencil drawing 16x20in)
This was a commissioned piece. I worked closely with the client to create his vision down to the last intricate detail. It took forever to complete but ended up being one of my most favorite pieces t
Ever since I started playing around with gouache paints, I havent really gone back to watercolor. I love the ability to layer colors with some opacity.. while still having the workability of a water soluable. So
P.S. I Love You
Here's another portrait drawing that I did about 10 years ago. Finishing a drawing like this is always so incredibly satisfying.. but starting them can be a bit daunting. I really want to get back into doing them
"Compass to the Stars"
This is still one of my favorite watercolor paintings that I've done. It was one that I didnt overthink or plan out too specifically. I just let the creative juices flow. Those are always the best artist