An ink drawing of a diver squid I did. With a 0.03 multiliner pen on A5 paper. That was rather satisfying - old diver helmets and tentacles always attracted me!
Thinkin’ of doing more ink drawings in the nearest future, to improve the steadiness of hand and all that sort of stuff. Been doing too much digital painting, need to get back to traditional old school pens and paper before it’s too late!
This is a GIF of a growing tree I made for a piece of interactive art I’ve been working on.
This animation consists of 40 frames, each drawn from scratch to give it the feel of something hand drawn and as little digital as possible.
The process was quite time consuming, but rewarding, I must say!
My latest watercolor is about cats: how it feels when you’re lucky enough to be served breakfast (which used to be a threat to your life before a heroic battle won by a cat) right into your bed.
I’ve been working on my dissertation for a very long time. It has been painful and time-consuming, not leaving any time for comics and weird stuff I’d rather be drawing.
It’s a piece of interactive animation that has finally been completed and handed in.
For this animation I designed some characters - I think that they are the only thing that I like about the final piece :)
Twelve of them are based on real people, and one of them is, actually, me - which is a girl with bob hair and black skirt (cause that’s pretty much how I look).
Slightly confused when similar suggestions are received.
Hi there guys!
If you remember, I made a gif about an imaginative kid in his bedroom seeing weird stuff at night. Well, if you do, then this (probably) will make sense:
I’ve designed a little hidden object game based on that gif, where a boy sets on a night trip to find hidden clues that will help him solve the family mystery.
The core idea is using household objects as elements of fear, and finding the balance between dark and light, imagination and reality.
The player has to use the torch to light the scene in order to find hidden objects that will be used later in the game. That can be fun, as the game is set in a house, with every room having its own setting-related enemies and clues, that are the pieces of a puzzle put together throughout the gameplay.
Keeping the torch on for too long wakes up the parents who send the kid back to bed, which resets the game and leaves the player at square one. Keeping the lights off has its own side effects: the enemies (the objects that the boy fears the most) slowly move towards him, and the moment they touch him the night trip is over.
Drawing the scene artwork for this game could be loads of fun for an artist, as it has to be crazily detailed and quite weird.
If somebody wants to make it, give me a shout ^_^
pencilfury asked: If through the magic of magic cookie cats existed, would you eat one? Of course they wouldn't feel any pain and they'd live just to feel the satisfaction of their owner crunching on their crumbly ears while they soak in a milk bath. Also, any part you ate would spontaneously regenerate as long as you didn't eat the tail and if you fed it a flour and water mixture with your choice of flavourings. I'd go with marshmallows and skittles.
That would probably be the best thing ever.
And yes, I would eat one.
And two. And more of them.
Ever and ever again.
Milk chocolate for me please.
Thanks for all the support you guys.
And for all the inspiration-related questions.
Tumblr blogs and comic book store are the best sources of inspiration for me at the moment. Especially the latter one - it’s actually a bit scary walking into the shops like that: everything is so pretty and even over-inspiring. Makes you want to run and draw something. Gives some good ideas about what can be drawn. And how.
Take care! x
I drew a cat that would change… if he could.
Thinking of having him printed on a tee.
Looks like the initial pencil sketch is quite a lot weirder :)