Gamer art – heart with gamepad vector illustration inspired by my long lasting love for video games. I’m playing a lot ever since age 10, when my parents gave me for a present an 8-bit personal computer. I’ve been fascinated up to now. Even the thought of becoming a programmer occurred to me but love for chemistry was stronger and I became a pharmacist, heh. So. Created this heart as a Valentine’s day card for my husband. Here’s the card:
Space art with some weird touch – Moon, stars and their strange orbits. This image depicts an unrealistic astronomical illustration based on a strange dream of mine. I dreamt about the moon that night. I looked at the black sky and the moon was huge. It moved very quickly, in circles. Then I looked around it and I saw the stars moving at the same strange high speed. I looked down. I looked up and in the sky there was nothing anymore – no moon, no stars. It was frightening. When I woke up, I just felt the urge to draw the surreal scene I had imagined in my sleep. Made a quick pencil sketch, then created a vector illustration based on it. Added art prints to my Redbubble and Society6 stores.
Space art products at my Society6 store:
Drew this robot mother and her child some time ago. I love robots, science fiction and everything related to them. So it’s not a surprise that I often draw them. And back then I thought “Machines can have family, too. Why not?”. Drew them, then made a quick vectorization with Inkscape (I was using the app for my vector graphics then and loved it). Added some colors and texture later. See art prints with the robots at my Redbubble and Society6 stores:
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 geek love potion emerged when we doodled with my oldest daughter some time ago. It’s a clean cartoon illustration of a glass flask filled with red bubbling liquid. Heart shaped bubbles flow cheerfully out of the flask. It’s a somehow geeky design related to my love for science, especially chemistry. (I’m a pharmacist by primary education. And I love all kinds of nerdy stuff, too.) Continue reading Geek Love Potion