My molecule image showing sp³ hybridization in methane has been featured in Redbubble’s Found today! Thank you Redbubble. So I thought it was just about time to present it here.
I love chemistry, especially organic chemistry. Drew this methane molecule because methane is the first compound we study in this discipline (my primary education is a pharmacist). And, to be honest, because I love drawing these shapes. Atomic orbitals represent all possible places of the electrons in space. That is what the dots stand for. And I like adding dots everywhere, too. This design is also related to environmental issues, because methane is one of the gases which contribute to the Greenhouse Effect.
Created methane molecules pattern this week. It’s a geek illustration with a hint of environmentalism. Made it because human farts are 7 percent methane and this gas is one of the greenhouse gasses. Cows have a much bigger impact than humans, though – farts, mostly burp – it’s a lot of methane. So it’s just a fun chemistry design. Shows my favorite sp³ hybridization between carbon and hydrogen atomic orbitals. See this illustration and products with it at Redbubble and Society6. Here are some of the products at my Society6 store: Continue reading Methane molecules and clouds pattern
This horned owl was drawn a long time ago for my poster class along with the skating giraffe. The task was to create an impossible animal. Owls are beautiful birds. They also look very serious and literature presents them as such. When you look at their faces, though, their big eyes make them a bit funny, too. And as I was in love with owls then (and still am), this idea came to my mind very quickly. I had called the creature a viking owl then because of the viking helmets with horns. Later I created art prints and products with this funny cartoon bird. The poster was even featured at Zazzle as a product of the day. Continue reading Horned owl illustration and products
Created a vector illustration with this methane molecule. Chemistry is fun for me so why chemical illustrations shouldn’t be? Made a pattern, too. Added prints and products to Redbubble and to my Society6 store, too.
Created two new Behance projects for my portfolio. One is with my weird eyes illustrations from the whole 2016 year. I seem to enjoy drawing eyes a lot. Strange things are happening to them usually. That’s maybe because I have frequent problems with my own eyes. The other project features watercolor snowflake drawings from this winter. I seem to enjoy drawing these a lot, too. Nice simple shapes, lots of room for improvisation. Moreover, I thought I should put some of my watercolors in my portfolio. Not that I’m a pro or anything. It’s just a part of my skills, even if not refined. Take a look at the projects themselves:
Watercolor sketches and art which I recently uploaded to Instagram. I continue to explore watercolor art and I love it more and more. Up to now I’ve created mostly digital artworks. Now I’m thinking of making art prints out of my traditional drawings, too.
There’s a sale at Teepublic today and tomorrow. All tees are $14, all other stuff is discounted too. That is why I checked my store there and noticed I haven’t added my latest designs. So I did. Here are the t-shirts which I added:
This evil grin doesn’t need a face. It has sharp teeth and evil eyes. What more do you need to draw an expression…
I drew this illustration a long time ago. Wanted to sew a pouch for my phone and I sketched it. Did make the pouch, it did not turn out as well as I wanted. I’m not a master at sewing. Then I made a vector illustration after the sketch. Turned out much better than the pouch. Continue reading Evil Grin Cartoon Face Vector Illustration