Zelda in Ink
Another cat pattern inspired by my younger cat.
Another shape of patterns inspired by my younger cat who, whenever there is an umbrella open to dry insists on sitting underneath it and nowhere else, even napping there instead of on the couch or chairs.
Dunkin Donuts coffee really helps when you burned by brainstorming about mural’s composition, color range, researches, with very few hours of sleep every night, unable to decide whether you should make a pea soup for tonight and finish sketch in Sepia or grab a takeout and watch another episode of “Desperate Housewives”. Fellini likes to check what’s in the bag hoping for fried chicken, since he can’t smell and his vision is poor, he takes long time to inquire.
I used Sepia and 2 Kuretake brush pens on old paper.
I did not want back what I draw, but because I just draw animals I came up with the idea draw a cat. Pencil.
Two paintings from life, of my cat. It’s painted with Acrylics, and is in my concertina-fold moleskine.
Oliver. We lost our cat last year (to a car on a rainy night). A tribute to the love and joy he gave us.
I’m a lapse sketcher. Here’s one of my attempts at drawing daily again. Hope I can contribute regularly!
The photo above shows a quick sketch of my cat Twister (using a PILOT Hi-Tecpoint V5 pen). He moves a lot even when he’s asleep, so the first sketch on the left was unfinished. Undaunted, I proceeded to sketch him again (drawing on the right).