Enjoying pencil on rough watercolor paper.
In case you missed it, I have mini paintings up for sale at my shop!
When the mood strikes, I make mini paintings! They are tiny, affordable originals and you can get them at drawGabbydraw.goodsie.com. You can begin your art collection, or get one to give as a gift. I think I have 11 up in the shop right now, and when they’re gone, they’re gone.
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Hills | Hills LP | “Reef Retreat”
Is it summer yet?
Trying different things. This is watercolor and pencil on cold-pressed watercolor paper. Considering making it available as a print in my shop. Thoughts?
Brand new collab for everyone!
Well, tomorrow turned into today, but here it is! I’m definitely seeing things in this blob. I bet you are, too!
Revisit collab guidelines on the submission page if you wish. Wheeeeee!
P.S. Bigger version for downloading and printing is here.
Noxious colors. I actually feel kind of gross when I look at this.
Watercolor, colored pencil, ink on hot-pressed paper. Easier to see at this post’s permalink.
“Geometric Boobs” by Vanessa Gong. I want these all over my house and my clothes. She also has some cool drawings on her blog.
To welcome 2013! I was working hard to wrap up 2000+ Geometric Boobs. Happens to be surprise from every perspective.
My tumblr is going to be a little quiet for a bit as I finish a commission or two and also try to articulate some personal projects, but feel free to yack with me on twitter, where my current obsession is the mouse we saw in our house the other night.
: have you ever felt that you do not like one of your drawings? what do you do when you feel like that?
Yes. I feel like that all the time. Sometimes I just abandon it and move on to something else. More often than I should, I finish it and post it on my blog (which is bad). The best thing is to use it as an opportunity to step back from your work and regroup and resolve to practice and improve.
The important thing to remember is that we learn and improve by making mistakes and mess-ups. Even if you do not like one of your drawings, at least you were practicing!
My print sale ends tomorrow, January 18! This one’s 20% off, just in time for Valentine’s Day. Although I don’t know what this illustration says about your and your relationships…
Prints 20-40% off at drawGabbydraw.goodsie.com.