Inktober 2018!

I’ve never been one to follow through on Inktober. I thought I would this year, but things didn’t pan out. In the end though, I decided to create 4 spooky themed artworks with full scenes, in black and white. It’s really interesting to use only black watercolor paint to render a full scene. It takes a LOT of layers to build up depth in an image, especially with watercolor. Here are the 4 illustrations I made.   View this post on Instagram   CAT WHISPERER: She goes to the cemetery […]

Learning perspective with The Urban Sketching Handbook

Perspective drawing has never been my strength – even back when I was learning and studying the subject full-time as an art student. I hated drawing lines. My hand is such that whenever I try to draw a straight line, it would falter and curve somewhere in the middle. It may be a matter of practice, but I’ve always been put off by the idea of practicing how to draw straight lines. It was this laziness and manner of thinking that shaped my work – organic and loose lines that […]