To all the mothers out there,
Happy Mothers Day! 🙂
I’m pondering if I’ve finally found my unique (hopefully) artistic style that I shall further improve and stick with. I know that every artist should have his/her own signature style that will make him/her different from others.
Is this okay?
I did this style with my recent works. I know I need to further improve my human anatomy. So I’m still studying and observing what I can see.
I used Autodesk Sketchbook Pro (for tablets) on my Galaxy Note 8.0.
The next thing I’m gonna do is to try this style in traditional means.
And tomorrow, I shall work on my friends portrait again. These past couple of days has been busy with family activities.
Dear Friend (I think she might be reading this): I’ll work on it tomorrow!
(And I won’t say “I promise”) =P
“I almost forgot I’m allergic to seafood.”
I was testing my limits with seafood at dinner. I was well aware that my doctor said that I am allergic to seafood. Sometimes I couldn’t believe it myself. And so I ate what I think is a lot and then I begin to feel the food having difficulty sliding down my throat. . . so that’s how it feels. Later it became a little bit harder to breathe. :)))
I ate a teaspoon of brown sugar and drank a mug of sweet warm milk when I got home. Slowly but surely, I felt better.
For this, I used Autodesk Sketchbook Pro (for tablets) on my Galaxy Note 8.0 tablet.
I should get myself some hard pastels and try this style for real. Last night, I tried it on the Line Brush app where there’s a “hard pastel” brush. With Sketchbook Pro, I just adjusted a pencil brush setting so it’ll look as if I used hard pastels. . . or something.
I haven’t tried hard pastels for real, I haven’t seen some of those in the art shops I used to go to (or maybe I haven’t asked), and there’s definitely none of those in non-specialty shops. But one of these days, I’ll check.
I just saw Frozen again, I watched it with my brother.
I still got “Let it Go” stuck in my head.
I used Autodesk Sketchbook Pro on my Galaxy Note 8.0
It’s midnight, so basically it’s already March 16, but this should still count as an artwork for today, for the day March 15. Come on. Haha.