Green plant pattern created from a watercolor drawing of an abstract botanical specimen with large leaves and orange berries. See prints with this floral design at my Redbubble and Society6 stores. Check out some of the products with this spring artwork below:
Abstract watercolor flower design created from a geometric illustration of an abstract pink flower with yellow petal around it over dark purple background. There are fun products in my Redbubble and Society6 stores with this whimsical and playful floral illustration. Check out some of them:
Water plants botanical art – abstract digital illustration of strange algae in a lake with yellow-green water and bubbles. These flowering plants are wavy, elegant and beautiful. Whole design is more abstract, just gives a feeling of underwater flora. The habitat of these weird submerged flowers maybe seems more like a swamp than a lake. In any case, these weeds feel good in it and thrive peacefully. Botanical abstraction really gives a lot ideas for art.
Drew these plants in Procreate and added art prints to my Redbubble and Society6 stores. Here are some of the clothing items at Redbubble:
Watching eyes surreal art. Old one again. I’m just too slow adding the artwork here. Drew this vector illustration some time ago after a sketch doodled in my Paper app. You can clearly see I have an obsession with eyes. I like them psychedelic, creepy and weird in any way I can imagine. And I can imagine a lot. This is maybe due to my own ocular problems – they move the focus to these particular body parts on which vision depends so desperately upon. These floral eyeballs in particular seem to be looking at something exciting. I wonder what it is exactly, but it seems way more strange than they themselves are. For this drawing I was just testing a new color scheme and was really enjoying these clear fun pink, green and blue colors. Later I redrew the initial image in Affinity Designer and created art prints at my stores:
Abstract plant which I drew while doodling in Procreate some time ago. I love pointy shapes and sketched the flower quickly. Then tried some of the painterly brushes and this is the result. Also, created a pattern with this plant. There are two versions – the original on in purple and yellow and one with altered color in monochrome blue. Later I added art prints to my Redbubble and Society6 stores. Here they are: