Looks like everyone is doing this at the moment and I thought why not! It’s been a pretty good year. I restarted my blog, got my foundation degree in Illustration arts and will be going back in September to finish a year for a BA. I’ve got to 100 followers on here and that’s pretty amazing. Thank you everyone who follows me ☺️ #keepdrawing#ff#follow#art#illustration
Here's my #bestnine2017 collage. Thank you everyone for all the likes and kind words this year.
My instagram is such a mix of things that it's interesting to see which images people found the most compelling. I'm glad to see Innocence made it. Looks like you guys really enjoyed my sketchbook posts; I'll be sure to continue sharing those in 2018.
I don’t really have any artwork from 2010. Seems like such a long time ago. But Anyway! (2014): During my first semester of college back when I was 18. I was just getting into “The Doors” and decided to draw Jim Morrison. You can tell I wasn’t as experienced artistically, but I like this. There were some kids were throwing shade at each other because they pointed out why I was so good at drawing, when all they could do was trace drawings.😂When I was drawing this on the subway train tons of people were looking and smiling. So they must have know something!😇 (2016): This Artwork is of Ingrid Chavez. This was from last year when I was somewhat dedicated to improving everyday. I believe I found the photo reference either online or on tumblr somewhere. I really love the hands. I guess I could say those were the first hands I ever drew in my life. (2017): Here we have one my more favorites. I personally love this artwork because I’ve been a fan of American Vampire since High School and I was at a point where I felt I was improving with drawing daily. I did this over the summer when I was working at a warehouse. I would always draw in the conference room, because it was far off and there was always silence. No interruptions.😊😌 #improvement#drawing#doodle#doodlesofinstagram#art#artwork#illustration#keepdrawing#drawingpractice#artistprogression#progression#sketchbook#traditionalart#artistsoninstagram#artistsofinstagram#thenandnow#drawdaily#artislife