Who doesn’t love burguers? Specially artesanal ones. This design is from @peta.heffernan, same artist from those previous posts… (
Tea just before bed; Not 100% yet, but getting there).
Today was a day for writing, so I did this drawing quickly between one thing and the other. It is a design from an artist I studied previously (
Not 100% yet, but getting there), @peta.heffernan on Instagram.
By the way, I love tea.
My favorite is probably chamomile with vanilla and honey.
I didn’t get the time to post this yesterday, because I was there at the festival. It was wonderful, as always.
I did these sketches there, in the midst of all the music, food and people dressed as anime characters.
This is a design from a pin I found a while back. I could not find out who did it, but I think it is really cute.
I did it with my PITT artist pen, freehand.
Here is the original:
Watercolor is proving much more difficult than I thought it would be. But than again, I have zero experience with it, so time will tell what I manage to do with it.
This is also from that reference I used before (
A study of coffee; Studying eggs and stuff; PakoArt), and again I marvel at the effects the line work and the high contrast give to the sketch.
Must learn more about this vintage style of illustration.
I started this sketch yesterday and finished it today, and I must say… looking at my reference while drawing got me really hungry.
This challenge makes me hungry every time…
Does anybody else crave for lamen???
PS.: Here is my reference. I don’t know who took the photo (got it from Google):
Yes, I wish I had not done this freehand so that I could erase that line right there in the middle.
Not all sketches look good after all, I guess… This one is funny looking.
So today I looked up some bread photos on Google and tried drawing what I saw.
I like the one on the cutting board a lot.