I could easily pretend this is a black bird dressed as a sugary yeti but no, I’m talking of a tea mat that finally found its true nature after a water flood tore its paper layer off.
As a result I had no choice but to take part in the Inkygoodness Beermat Character Competition.
Continue reading Recycled monster mate…
Another mash-up of feelings I had while commuting. I can’t explain much but maybe I should try fishing again.
An illustration based on a friend’s travel experience featuring Manbox.
I always been obsessed by sketching hairs but certainly too lazy to spend much time on it. For once I pushed my boundaries and spend time sharpening what is the weirdest hair-cut I’ve ever draw. I had a good time.
It just raised a question to myself: Is that green to use an hair-dryer? Problably not, use a bonnet.
To end my holidays’ sketching serie, here is what happen when I really don’t know where I’m going. I know this is weird but it was fun to do and I like weird stuff so I’m happy. Special thanks to my mother to show me her ear as I always forget how it’s shaped (don’t worry mum your ears look much better).
The original meeting between Nust the Dust and Doom the Broom but this time in colours!
Inherited from my recent holidays at Griffon Forest in the Yorkshire, here is the Griffonster, a weird forest beast spending most of his time eating squirrels, feeding rabbits and trying new haircuts.
Here’s my instant interpretation of this week Illustration Friday: Intricate. I tried my new eco-friendly wax pastels from Caran D’Ache for the first time and get impressed by how easy is it to mix colours together and fill up large amount of the spread very quickly.
It Might sounds silly but among my current illustration course, I’m just rediscovering how good it is to draw traditionnaly rather than digitally. The variety of drawing tools, papers, colours is a fantastic sources of inspiration and beat my old pixels friends. Well, I still like digital but I’ve just forget a bit too much about simplicity of paper!
The last two classes have been mainly dedicated to develop a character. I’ve ended up with dust…
Continue reading City Lit’s Children’s books illustration course #3…
Following last week first session coverage, here’s what I’ve got from my third illustration classe. Tonight we had the opportunity to give a try at collage. It’s been messy but monsterly fun.
Continue reading City Lit’s Children’s books illustration course #2…