Purple pencil sketches of abstract plants and flowers. I drew the first two with my favorite Derwent pencil. And for the last one, which is more detailed, used a watercolor pencil from Staedtler, another one of my favorites. I love to create form through shading.
Zazzle collections are a great way to display my products. Added these new collections to my store recently. Most of them are soon to be filled with more products.
This bizarre illustration was inspired by my long lasting experience with my own eyes. They’re frequently strained and sometimes feel so bad, that I just wanted to make something fun pout of this. I sketched the image with markers at first. Then vectorized it. It a is an unusual design with beautiful eyes with long eyelashes and red eye shadow which form a fun weird flower over a swirly background in my favorite shades of green. Later I added art print to my Redbubble and Society6 stores. Continue reading Bizarre illustration of green eyes flower
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 abstract floral pattern was created a long time ago. I love to draw this kind of shapes and generate these flowers a lot up until now. Created this pattern from a vector illustration of this plant which I drew in Inkscape. Firstly, I added designs to my Zazzle store. Later I created art prints at Redbubble and Society6. Continue reading Abstract floral pattern of red flowers