Sometimes you notice people when you’re stuck on a crowded subway car, but this guy isn’t real, just FYI.
Dip pen and ink with digital media.
Strings and fingers and unpredictable occurrences.
Haven’t used my sketchbook in awhile. I got used to working big with my ink and brushes so going back to this small format is kind of hard o_O
Pen and ink in my sketchbook in Soho.
Old sketchbook spread from about a month ago. Quote from a good night with some friends.
Pen and ink with some gouache.
The top spread is from last Monday night when my friend, Holland, and I decided to go to the diner around the corner from my apartment at midnight to see what we could draw. In an unexpected turn of events, we witnessed some really weird stuff and the entire experience is very difficult to explain unless you were there.
The second is why I don’t want to leave my house sometimes; one of the reasons I am a feminist; and also why I don’t trust guys at bars.
Pen and ink with a special Butter sticker from Holland (another friend you need to check out!). He helped out with the type in his spread and he’s an awesome printmaker.
« conversations with charlotte № 001 & 002 »
These will be a continual occurrence in my sketchbook. My bff from SCAD and fellow illustrator, Charlotte, and I have had many humorous conversations throughout our history together, whether they were through text, Facebook Chat, or in real life.
While I work on some, she’ll be doing her own versions, affectionately titled, “conversations with courtney” (which I’ll try to reblog). It’s a cool project to do together, laugh about, and keep busy.
With that, you should check out her stuff too.
If my life were a graphic novel, the top spread would be a follow up confession to the same character who would receive the “i really miss you” vomit. And the second is something I want to make into a greeting card, because you could send it back to me and I would totally accept that, yes, I am an asshole too.
Pen, ink, and marker.
AND OH MY GOD YOU GUYS, AFTER WHAT FELT LIKE YEARS SINCE IT WAS RELEASED INTO THEATERS (July 3rd), I FINALLY GOT TO SEE THE NEW “AMAZING SPIDER-MAN” MOVIE. I have all of these feelings, and I love Spider-man, and OMG Andrew Garfield and his butt, and I’m just going to word-vomit it all out, and I will post about this later in the week. [/dork]
Sketchbooking so much, my blog can’t keep up.
Pen and ink. Sorry the photo-set preview is kind of pixelated :/
And hello to ALL of my new followers! I used to have the time to tell each one of you a personal thank you, but I’ve been super busy. Having gaining so many new followers in such a short time period also makes it kind of difficult as well. But, please know that I do appreciate it! ヽ(´ー`)人(´∇｀)人(`Д´)ノ
This is how I get guys, seriously.
But really, I do actually like this song…and this was just because I can’t retain how much of a dork I am. And this shows how inspired I am by several manga and comic artists, this one directly inspired by Shintaro Kago.
Pen and marker.
If my life were a graphic novel, this would be my word-vomit confession to one character.
Pen and marker.
Started a new sketchbook. This will keep me busy on the side, though I already have several pages to share. I’m excited for this format too!
I smudged my phone number on the first page, so if you were wondering, yes, it was intentional.
Pen and ink (plus white acrylic for the first page).
Working on a children’s book character design :) My friend is writing the story and her name might not stay “Kit” for long, but we shall see! These are just some mock ups for class today.
It’s nice to use dip pen and ink again.
Pen in my Moleskine!
Kat and I went to a cafe around the corner from my house, Foxy Loxy, the other morning. It’s really cozy, but a different cozy in comparison to that of Gallery Espresso. And I like it because it’s right by my house.
Pen in my Moleskine!