Some sketches and cards throughout the months.
These are a couple of weird Moleskine draws, the first two in coloring pencil...
...second pic in ball point pen and marker. Still on the Moleskine.
Hello! I ( along with my family members) have made some more resin necklaces, which are sold on our Etsy shop HERE.
Here are some of the necklaces (click on them to go to the shop to see individual necklaces):
Finally got together the supplies I ordered from ebay to make a UV resin necklace!
I felt that I can definitely make a better one next time. This one is just...a bit sloppy.
Well, it's not really a type of jewelry I would wear, so maybe that's why.
So three things I'm gonna show....
...one being a baby card I made recently. Congrats!
And I helped with a mole project for my sister's chem class.
We ended up picking the Moleverine.
And here's a recent sketch I made. Borrowed a book from the library with lots of pics of international attires from centuries ago. Clothes worn in other countries are very fascinating and somewhat magical.
Yeah, the sketch is pretty anticlimactic.
So I haven't posted in a looong time...sorry!
But I have been drawing (like always).
Here's another moleskine draw. I love love love ball point pens now.
Of course it's unfinished. My mom tells me that put too much in details, which is true.
But it really helps me pull off of thinking negative, unnecessary thoughts.
Got a Moleskine notebook from Christmas. Only drew about 3 pages in the book sadly, because I have a 1/3 done sketchbook already. So I'm not sure what to do with that.
I'm trying to draw in the moleskine at work, but customers keep on bothering me, so I can't draw anything decent.
Adventure Time in pen/marker and Thor-ish person in ballpoint pen.
One of them should become a real artwork, but I don't know which one should be.
I am so addicted to banners right now.
Cards for the people who are kind enough every year to send present abroad for me and my sister.
Left in in COPIC marker, right in watercolor.
Finally finished the ball point pen artwork (after many many many months of pure procrastination).
I know i already showed the progress but let's run by it again (because it's a new year now)....
And here's the finished artwork!
I was surprised to see that I didn't even run out of ink from the pen. I was expecting to have to run to the store to go buy another pack of them.
Inspired by first and third episode of Hannibal.