I did this in one of the larger journals that aren’t really meant to be used for things like watercolours or inks (as you can see from the rippling of the page). This sits right between my notes on Colour Management Systems and RA-4 printing.
latest updates: acrylic
First spread in abundance journal using an A4 Moleskine Watercolor Journal and a variety of mediums. http://www.journalingarts.wordpress.com
I like making dustball tentacle creatures. Made it with black pen and acrylic paint.
Black pen and white acrylic.
The background pattern is something i’d like to get better at, does anyone know the name for that kind of technique? i see it everywhere.
A figurative letter “Y” from the Alphabet Series in my Moleskine Sketchbook. Gel medium and acrylic paint.
The letter “S” in my Alphabet Sketchbook Series. The shape on the left is from a cutout that was borrowed from the previous letter “R”. This shape exposes a pink background created with Aquarelles water pastels topped with silver spirals. The blue background was created by applying tissue paper to acrylic paint. Once dry, black and silver were used to add dimension and a silver “S” was painted.
The letter “J” from the Alphabet Series in my Moleskine Sketchbook. Acrylic paint was applied with a roller for the background, which gave the pages a texture similar to a find stucco. White pen was used for the white areas.
Español: Acrílicos. Ilustración inspirada en una anciana que pedía dinero en las calles cerca de mi universidad.
English: Acrylics. Illustration inspired by an old lady who asked for money in the streets near my university.
This is the inside cover of my first moleskine, which I am working in right now. It is acrylic paint with a little cut out from a magazine that says, ” Never underestimate the statement-making power of an oversized menswear-inspired watch.” I like wearing men’s watches…