Inktober/drawloween 2015 number 1.
Today’s prompt is ghost.
Decided to create a little homage to The Sad Ghost Club using black and white ink. If you haven’t checked them out then I definitely recommend doing so: thesadghostclub.com
He also has an eyepatch because MGSV.
Completed the line art form my brother’s next tattoo- a continuation of a sleeve depicting zodiac signs for each family member. This is for Taurus as I’m sure you can see.
Researching bulls for this piece made me realise how unusually shaped their bodies are.
I may use some of the sketches I made for this in some other artwork- I do like to reuse old sketches and pieces.
Mixed media double Moleskine page.
Sometimes just making a mark on paper, putting paint down, splashing ink around gets me out of a restrictive headspace.
Don’t be tempted to overthink the marks that turn your tiny inklings into vibrant, expanding ideas.
Faces, mixed media on handmade paper, 14x21cm
I’m not quite sure where I was going with this- probably more of a warm up piece if anything. As you can see, I’m quite excited that next month is October.
Acrylic ink, paper, vintage images, thread, tissue paper on canvas.
A small mixed media shark canvas.
9 x 7cm
Was selling at the Bewdley Arts and Crafts weekend this weekend right next to the river.
Only managed to have time for one sketch while selling stuff Saturday- this is Bewdley Bridge or part of it anyway.
I definitely want to have sketch day there, it’s quite beautiful in the town and by the river.
Above, mixed media- acrylic ink, tissue paper, ink transfer, ink pen on paper, 10.3 x 15.5cm
A quick little piece to use up a few scrap pieces of paper material- also I love Douglas DC2s and I haven’t drawn any for a while.
I also had a frame to fit this so I actually framed a piece straight away rather than it being rolled and put into art storage.
Overpass, acrylic ink and ink transfer on paper, 10.5 x 14.8cm.
Escape, acrylic ink and ink transfer on paper, 42 x 29.5cm