Halloo, my friends! I’ve been drawing a lot lately, so I decided to show you what I’ve been working on…
Like a random watercolor flower. 😄
I’m kinda proud of this quote because it took me like ten tries to get the lettering right. 😄 Well actually it isn’t really a quote because I made it up, but you know… 😛
Hee hee! Isn’t this one funny? I made it for an Art Class assignment – art inspired by your favorite smell.
A not too interesting but pretty landscape…
Ugh, the sun was a bit harsh so there are way too many shadows on this picture, but oh well. This is a mixed media piece with tissues for the curtains and rug ( 😄 ), piano book pages for the sun rays, scrapbook paper for the bedcovers, and duct tape for the window. The rest is just drawing or watercolor.
Another art assignment. 🙂 (Actually a lot of these are art assignments.) We were supposed to do Pop Art, so I did a gummy bear because we were eating them in class anyway. 😄
Random birds on a wire. 🙂
Ooh, this is one of my favorites! I really like how the pattern turned out 3-D-ish.
For some reason I felt like drawing mountains…
And more mountains…
I don’t really know why I drew this… 😄
This was a “Forced Perspective” piece for art class.
Weird cubism bird…
I decided to include this even though I already posted about here for Art Lab. 😉 I think this is one of my favorite pieces of art I’ve ever done!
Yikes, this is a terrible picture! Oh well, you get the point. I did a mixed media quote/hymn thingy. 🙂 I used tissue paper, book pages, buttons, paint, and even paper clips and corn kernels to make the flowers and leaves! 😄
I felt like drawing a girl. Not much other explanation. 😄
This is another of my very favorites! I really like the Zentangle/doodle type of art.
It’s kind of hard to take a picture of the whole thing, so here’s just the head so you can see it a bit better. 🙂
Which do you see first, a face or two trees and a moon?
I got inspiration from Pinterest for this one (and for some of these other art pieces too). I like how it turned out!
That was fun. 🙂 As you can see, I rather like art! Do you? Which of those pictures was your favorite? What is your favorite art medium to use?