Evil bugs friends are giving flowers each other, every one of them planning to stab their beloved in the back as soon as possible. Heh, no. Even evil has its friends. Drew each of these characters a long time ago in black ink. Later I vectorized my ink drawings, created art prints for each one of them. Then one day, looking at the images, I realized these monsters are actually a couple of close friends. There are all kinds of friend relationships. Theirs is a bit weird but cute nonetheless. Next step was to make them meet both in one image. Did it and added art prints to my Redbubble and Society6 stores. Also, created fun products with a gothic feel to them. Continue reading Evil bugs friends – cute dark character illustration
This evil flower character is the first illustration I drew in Affinity Designer, which is now my all-time favorite application for vector illustration. I looked at some of the images the app was presenting at its start. Liked the transparencies in one of them which gave it a glossy look. Then thought I hadn’t tried to make a vector with a bit of transparency. So I tried to do it in this funny flower. It is, of course, with very sharp teeth and a grin slapped on its face, if I can call it that way at all. Later I created art prints and products with this dark violet illustration at my Redbubble and Society6 stores. Continue reading Evil flower character in violet
This gothic mom design features a vectorized ink drawing of two evil bugs – mother and her child who go for a walk. The cute kid has a happy grinning balloon. The whole illustration has a vintage look due to the distressed texture I’ve used. These fun characters are from the family of the Evil Flower Bug. You can buy art prints from my Redbubble and Society6 stores. Continue reading Gothic Mom Design With Evil Bugs
This funny snake was drawn a long time ago when I was sketching ideas for my portfolio site. Finished just the artwork and made art print out of the swirling reptiles instead of making the site. All of the snakes have very sharp teeth and they are eyeless except for the center one. You can tell it is in love by its heart-shaped glasses, heh. I love to draw this kind of shapes. They frequently turn out to be reptilian or flowers with just teeth coming out of their mouths and this one is a great example. I’ll draw something like this with watercolors in the near future.
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