Watercolour sketch of an Alexander McQueen design for his Fall/Winter 2009 collection. Runway shot (HERE.
latest updates: illustration
I’ve been outside drawing trees at some of the local parks lately. This one is actually a combination of a couple of tree sketches I made last week. This was made for the Illustration Friday topic “diary” and here I went with the stereotypical young girl writing under a tree. I will admit, I used to do some of my own writing in a journal for a while. I ultimately lost interest in this practice and quit. Soon after, I started getting back into drawing and sketching again. Now that I think of it, a sketchbook itself is a diary of sorts, where memories of what had been seen (or imagined) gets recorded in a journal. It’s funny ’cause it feels like I get to know the places and things I’ve drawn after observing something so closely after a while.
*Pigma Micron pens and watercolors in A4 watercolor Moleskine, 7/2010
Or perhaps ‘Towed’ might have been a more apt title.
Brown Noodler’s ink in Moleskine sketchbook (210 x 130mm).
The Vermilinguan Necessity #5
But she still went about with a small bowl and a brush.
Though it took her twenty minutes to make a pot of tea.
Pen & ink in small Moleskine notebook (90 x 140mm).
The Wood Stork (or Wood Ibis) has always been a favorite bird of mine, with its massive, five foot wingspan and its ancient, almost prehistoric appearance. This once-prosperous and abundant bird, who resides mostly in North America, is now endangered due to rapid habitat destruction. Researchers have now begun using satellite tracking to monitor the bird’s population and behavior.
*made for the Illustration Friday word prompt “satellite”, watercolors and Pigma Micron pen in A4 watercolor Moleskine, 6/2010
I just made up the JVC and Kint for effect.
The Vermilinguan Necessity #4
Kezia stamped and crushed and drowned.
Flo admitted privately that they were making things inconvenient. They kept crawling over her desk while she worked, and over her books and drawings.
Pen and ink in small Moleskine notebook (90 x 140mm).
I wanted to use the bleedthrough from another page to make another two page spread. I just reinked the lines on the back side of the page and went with it.