Here she is in all her pinkness. What do you think? Would you make friends with her if you met her in the farmyard?
This little guy is a welsh corgi. Of course he is. Once upon a time a little girl wanted him strictly because she thought he was one of cute Mexican dogs they call a chiwawa.
He made a little ruffled bark and told her, “No, I am not a chiwawa dog.” She took him
home anyway. They lived happily ever after.
I have combined my love of fonts; this one is Dino Kids, with pencil sketching and digital ribbon and bow, drawn on my Cintique by Wacom. enjoy. purchase
Here is another zentangle from my collection of pen and ink little drawings that I am digitally drawing and painting to finish them ON THE WACOM. This one was a real experience because I guess it’s a shock to experience the vivid and true color on the cintiq tablet and see the paler version on the internet. On the web the colors look pale to me.
To say the least I spent many hours on this and I worked it through and reworked it trying to learn how I could have done it easier.
This is my first full drawing complete on the Cintiq 24″ drawing tablet drawn and edited at the same time in Photoshop cc. I am happy that |I was able to complete it. It just started from a little black ink on white zentangle paper and it went from there. I had to add the snail for storytelling and the yellow light and green background light look very similar. But I had to move forward because this little guy only has 2 legs so he is a total fantasy.
This is fun and I am learning every day. I am using a new very tiny separate keyboard which fits under the tablet and that is also a new learning curve for me. |It is challenging and learning a new language is always difficult. But of course, it’s fun too. The cintiq has its own keyboard but it takes a little time to access it. Also this keyboard is one I can type in spanish with. I will have to practice to find all the special digits and strokes.
I can see where this little drawing and this series of drawings can be turned into many treatments. Here is the original sketch in pen and ink along with other zentangle sketches. The other drawings are waiting to be edited and turned into colored and finished artworks. Thanks for looking.
Here is the 3rd and most likely the last version of the 2 cats, best buddies. I have been dreaming about doing charcoal. This one is on watercolor paper and it had too many peaks and valleys in the texture to be good for vine charcoal. I now have a charcoal pad and I will be playing more with the medium.
So here are the 3 altogether. I think it is fascinating to draw and paint the same subject from different points of view. The background of course was made up on the spot and I got a kick out of doing it. I love the moon as you can probably tell. It’s in so much of my art.
Here is the charcoal version on a bed blanket