It took a lot longer than I anticipated to finish my third Halloween vector piece! I had a mental block for so long and just couldn’t finish this one until now. It is, of course, inspired from the musical Little Shop of Horrors. I’m also working on an Audrey 2 sculpture and will post that up when it’s completed. I hope you all have a safe and happy 2022!
I ran out of time to do my third Halloween-inspired vector illustration, but that’s only because I’ve been so busy trying new mediums. I recently discovered Posca markers and I am in love with them! Below are a few of the paintings I’ve done with my new Posca pens – they are so versatile and suit my style so much better than a paint brush. I’ll hopefully finish my third vector in the next week, so stay tuned!
This is the second Halloween-themed vector art I’ve created in the lead up to Halloween – the first is over here. I don’t have much time left to churn out one more, but I’ll try my best!
Another challenge using a limited palette. My partner suggested doing a landscape – something I don’t do a lot of. I think it turned out pretty good!
Usually I only do one Halloween drawing every year, but this year I feel compelled to do more. This is the first of three illustrations I’ll be putting up to celebrate my favourite day of the year.
If you’re looking for something to watch this Halloween, I highly recommend the “Fear Street” trilogy – make sure to watch them in order or it won’t make sense!
I’ve been hanging out over at Instagram a lot lately and have been inspired so much by the incredible artwork I’ve seen. Today I tried a new thing – a challenge was offered up by artist Vaulchen to use only a six colour palette. I have to admit, I really enjoyed the challenge of working with only a few colours – I hope you like it!
These creatures are too cute to resist! I’ve drawn a few axolotls lately and have even started dreaming about them. I’d love to have a huge tank full of them, so I could watch them float around, being all cute – but then, I’d probably never leave my house again!
I’ve been rewatching “Futurama” (for the third, and not the last, time) and have come to realise my absolute love for Turanga Leela. She was a true warrior with unshakeable morals (most of the time) and my latest art is dedicated to her, I hope you like it!
This started out as a simple doodle, but took on a life of its own once I transferred it to Illustrator. This drawing stems from my appreciation of nature and the secrets held within.
Happy Halloween! Hope you all survived the year!