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kjerstifaret:

Fungi illustrated with their common names 
This is a piece I just finished for my portfolio class with Jillian Tamaki. She really loved them and I’m very happy with them as well! This was my first time using different colored inks for a final piece and the success is due, really, to Sam Weber's critique during the sketch phase.  
The assignment was basically a set of spot illustrations on a topic of your choosing.
Ink and watercolor. 
(For some reason I’m fascinated with fungi now…)
kjerstifaret:

Fungi illustrated with their common names 
This is a piece I just finished for my portfolio class with Jillian Tamaki. She really loved them and I’m very happy with them as well! This was my first time using different colored inks for a final piece and the success is due, really, to Sam Weber's critique during the sketch phase.  
The assignment was basically a set of spot illustrations on a topic of your choosing.
Ink and watercolor. 
(For some reason I’m fascinated with fungi now…)
kjerstifaret:

Fungi illustrated with their common names 
This is a piece I just finished for my portfolio class with Jillian Tamaki. She really loved them and I’m very happy with them as well! This was my first time using different colored inks for a final piece and the success is due, really, to Sam Weber's critique during the sketch phase.  
The assignment was basically a set of spot illustrations on a topic of your choosing.
Ink and watercolor. 
(For some reason I’m fascinated with fungi now…)
kjerstifaret:

Fungi illustrated with their common names 
This is a piece I just finished for my portfolio class with Jillian Tamaki. She really loved them and I’m very happy with them as well! This was my first time using different colored inks for a final piece and the success is due, really, to Sam Weber's critique during the sketch phase.  
The assignment was basically a set of spot illustrations on a topic of your choosing.
Ink and watercolor. 
(For some reason I’m fascinated with fungi now…)
kjerstifaret:

Fungi illustrated with their common names 
This is a piece I just finished for my portfolio class with Jillian Tamaki. She really loved them and I’m very happy with them as well! This was my first time using different colored inks for a final piece and the success is due, really, to Sam Weber's critique during the sketch phase.  
The assignment was basically a set of spot illustrations on a topic of your choosing.
Ink and watercolor. 
(For some reason I’m fascinated with fungi now…)
kjerstifaret:

Fungi illustrated with their common names 
This is a piece I just finished for my portfolio class with Jillian Tamaki. She really loved them and I’m very happy with them as well! This was my first time using different colored inks for a final piece and the success is due, really, to Sam Weber's critique during the sketch phase.  
The assignment was basically a set of spot illustrations on a topic of your choosing.
Ink and watercolor. 
(For some reason I’m fascinated with fungi now…)

kjerstifaret:

Fungi illustrated with their common names 

This is a piece I just finished for my portfolio class with Jillian Tamaki. She really loved them and I’m very happy with them as well! This was my first time using different colored inks for a final piece and the success is due, really, to Sam Weber's critique during the sketch phase.  

The assignment was basically a set of spot illustrations on a topic of your choosing.

Ink and watercolor. 

(For some reason I’m fascinated with fungi now…)

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pugliepug:

Puglie Food & Things
Whatchu doin’ in all that.

pugliepug:

Puglie Food & Things

Whatchu doin’ in all that.

notmusa:

the brilliant dog

notmusa:

the brilliant dog

roachpatrol:

i can’t get over how sad and funny it is when you see a teenage boy being real snotty about what he finds sexually attractive like oh no he doesn’t like bright lipstick and gladiator sandals make you look like a whore 

like buddy sorry you are not some kind of sexual wine connoisseur you are sixteen and would probably fuck a grapefruit

I was testing out CorelPainter12 which was lovingly donated to me by a very lovely friend so I decided to draw a punk werewolf girl trying to put on mascara despite the full moon.in other news I have no idea what to draw I guess so like WEREWOLF GIRLS because they’re CUTE AS HECK.

basically either I’ll continue this and see how colouring works in this or just.    have a doodle.

I was testing out CorelPainter12 which was lovingly donated to me by a very lovely friend so I decided to draw a punk werewolf girl trying to put on mascara despite the full moon.

in other news I have no idea what to draw I guess so like WEREWOLF GIRLS because they’re CUTE AS HECK.

basically either I’ll continue this and see how colouring works in this or just.    have a doodle.

Questionyou are absolutely adorable Answer

gOODNESS THANK YOU

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Moleskine Art by Gabriel Picolo 
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Moleskine Art by Gabriel Picolo

20-year-old artist from Brazil Gabriel Picolo has created an incredible series of manga inspired doodles using just pencil and pen on a Moleskine sketchbook.
Gabriel Picolo: Instagram I facebook I deviantArt

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bwoltjen:

I made some werewolf characters!! here they are as they transition 2 full wolf

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darkbluetile:

david chatt’s temporary installation of sand cast glass in dunn gardens, seattle, wa, 2006

kingcheddarxvii:

Hey kiddos. It’s important to make sure you’re having fun drawing every day, even when you’re focusing on other work. So here’s some fun things you can doodle. Draw any or all of the below:

  • Yourself as a pokemon that exists
  • A fakemon based on you (and its evolutions if it has any)
  • Yourself as a pokemon trainer
  • Yourself as a gym leader
  • You and your ideal pokemon team

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guronenko:

i drew A LOT of princesses 

you can pick this up at boston comicon in the near future \o/