Art Prints

Animal, Colour, Design

So I’ve been working hard and even got a swanky new printer (I needed one anyway so it just worked out well) but I now have a way of creating Prints of my art! Yeee! I’ve been creating some watercolour pictures, with a theme of elegant skulls, where they’re animal skull masks. Animals have some crazy looking skulls! I think Ram and Bull skulls are my personal favourites but the Bird I did looks pretty ๐Ÿ™‚

I’ll have the prints available for sale too if I ever get to a market. I’m checking out Sunbury Village Market this Saturday so fingers crossed its the right environment I’m after!

Here are the few I’ve done so far, let me know what you think!

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Owl Cute

Animal, craft

So I saw these little guys online and thought they were too cute not to try out. The ones I saw were done with a texta but the four of six I’ve done are with paint so the finer details are not so great not to mentioned I’ve dropped them a couple times too and smeared some paint haha ๐Ÿ˜…


Still I think they turned out fairly decent and their cute too! 

Trifecta

Animal, Black and White, Death and Beauty


The three pieces here for you from left to right they are: Pisces’ Child, Queen Bee and Masaqurade. 

All three are for a big project I’m working on that will combine a large number of my drawings on their black and white glory and will be something to definitely keep your eye out for! It’s coming soon! ๐Ÿ˜‰ (I hope…)

๏ปฟThe lioness

Animal, Black and White, Environmental


Ink practise again. Both the lioness and my moth were taking very heavily from an artist I admire very much; Caitlin Hackett. So neither I claim as my own for this purpose but imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, right? Right??

Anyway still trying to figure the pen/nib thing out and how not to accidentally make really really thick lines when I want thinner but I’ll keep at it and figure it out ๐Ÿ™‚

Final Christmas presents

Animal, Black and White, Christmas, Environmental

   
 
The first is a black and white tribal ish style beagle. The other is flowers (can’t remember the type) in a multitude of colours. Both were fun to draw and again a very limited amount of information, but fun none the less. It’s a hard balance to find; enough information but not too much. Too much feedback and mind changing can be hard to work with but too little results in me redrawing something several dozen times because it wasn’t what they were after. Anyway, rambling again. Ramble ramble

Sarah