I actually sketched this at the end of January but hadn’t uploaded a scan of it. This is a quick sketch from a photo I took on the way back from Nottingham, Ratcliffe-on-Soar power station in the distance.
I used a couple of different fineliners, Windsor & Newton watercolour markers and a Kuretake waterbrush.
Cleaned up, added thicker lines and red accents to this commission piece. The client wanted a piece like this inspired by vices- gambling, drinking etc
This is acrylic ink, gel pen and pigment ink pen on paper.
1: Dudley Hippodrome, acrylic ink, ink pen, image transfer on paper, 40 x 30 cm
2: Tipton Silos, acrylic ink, ink pen, image transfer on paper, 40 x 30 cm
Finished two art pieces for a group exhibition in a couple of weeks. Both landscapes are based on places in my local area.
Each artwork has layers of image transferred vintage diagrams and acrylic ink on the paper underneath the drawings.
Acrylic ink and pigment ink pen on canvas board, 10×15 cm
Flamingos seem to be everywhere at the moment, I’ve seen so many flamingo patterned things recently so I wanted to create something inspired by them.
In the second image I tried to show the shine of the gold ink on their beaks.
Finished tattoo design (commission). Large watermark through this since it was custom designed for a client. This is a mix of digital and traditional drawing.
Laissez les bons temps rouler is a Cajun French phrase, mainly used in Louisiana, meaning let the good times roll.
[Note– I completely forgot to post this last Inktober update on this blog- it was posted in October on other various social media/blogs]
Inktober and Drawlloween days 30 and 31– Spider, Dragon
My last two Inktober drawings for this year.
Both pieces are inked with a Letraset fineliner, Daler Rowney acrylic ink and a water spray bottle in my A6 sketchbook.
Inktober and Drawlloween day 28- Scarecrow
A scratchy, inky scarecrow scene for today’s drawing.
This piece is inked with Pilot V5 ink fineliner, Daler Rowney acrylic ink and small detail brushes in my A6 sketchbook.