Imaginary friends – some children have them, some children don’t. In this case, the roles are unclear. Who is imagining whom? Drew the image for this week’s topic of Illustration Friday.
Tetrahedral molecule art – fun constellations in a starry sky which have the tetrahedral geometric shape of some molecules like methane (CH₄), MnO₄, XeO₄, etc. Whatever I do, there comes a moment when I find myself drawing these shapes again and again. My chemistry background frequently goes into my art. This week’s topic of Illustration Friday is “Galaxy” so this is what I came up with. Though, to be punctual, neither of these are galaxies, they’re just some weird constellations. Anyway, close enough to the topic. Drew this illustration in Procreate using the app’s light brush and I was impressed. Loved the effect. Added art prints to Redbubble and Society6 too. So, check it out: Continue reading “Tetrahedral Molecule Art Constellations”
Here’s a digital illustration of an eye with ants coming out of it for Illustration Friday’s topic “Nightmare”:
This umbrella pattern features fun colorful umbrellas floating in the sky. Instead of protecting from rain, raindrops are splashing out of them. I drew this image in Procreate for one of Illustration Friday’s topics. The topic was “umbrella”. Thought what would make such an object more interesting. You typically use it to protect yourself in rainy weather. So what if these umbrellas were raining themselves? Would be more fun. So I opened my favorite Procreate app and drew them. Used one of my recent favorite color schemes – blue, white and red. Later made it available as art prints and products at my stores at Society6, Redbubble, Zazzle. See some of them below. Continue reading “Umbrella pattern rain clouds – illustration and products”
Drew this rainy umbrellas pattern in Procreate for this week’s Illustration Friday topic “umbrella”, then created a blog post at my art blog.
Before that, I drew this space snail for last week’s topic which was… yeah, you got it right, “snail”:
Also, created a blog post with sketches drawn in the second and third weeks of February.