Practice drawing glass… A good end to a long day.
As most of you know, I have a big sweet tooth. I think you can tell from all macaroon and cupcake drawings I’ve done so far. However, I’ve been trying to cut back on my sugar intake just to stay a bit more on a healthy side.
Here is to another illustration of cupcakes. This time they are made with copic markers.
Oh, and if you guys follow me on facebook, I’ve mentioned before that for some reason I’m unable to upload mobile photos onto my facebook page. In that case, I have instagram. I upload more works in progress and all other things.
I was at my friends house the other day and was playing with her COPIC markers. It was my first time working with such, and honestly I wasn’t really sure how to use them, since it’s a marker and a paint brush in one thing. The brush tip was extremely soft and bendy, which really gave that paint brush feel.
Here is a small cartoon using COPIC markers. Kitty with a bow flying on balloons.
All of the fashion decades up until 90′s on my opinion are so stylish and iconic. Everything after that was a “Turkish Market” as mom would say, something that’s very trendy for a short period of time.
Thank goodness some items from those good decades are coming back. Or maybe they just never went out of style? They paused, I’d like to say.
My illustrated take on Louis Vuitton spring/summer 2013 collection.
When summer comes around, it’s like a magical kingdom that makes the most wonderful memories and impacts us in a way like no other season does… Beach, sun, ocean, fun… and it always comes with love. Here is a new illustration with the things that girls love most.
I put question mark after diamonds because I’m not sure how much girls like diamonds. I’m scared of losing them and think it’s a silly waste of money, however other girls love them. So it’s really up to you if you want to include that on your happy list, I just wanted to practice drawing a diamond with watercolors.
My mom is not a shopper. She shops once a year if that. She has blouses from her 20′s and still wears them to this day. And still looks fabulous.
This blouse and the dress below are some of my favorites. I always wanted to still them from her, but I wasn’t big enough. Plus I knew she wouldn’t share anyways.
Until today I didn’t realize that her blue dress looks almost like what Amish wear in America. The only difference is that mom’s dress stops at knee length and doesn’t have as many folds. She wore it on holidays mostly. I illustrated a remake of that dress in the bottom picture, I guess to something I would wear.