Posts Tagged ‘colours’

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403. Bat in colourful night-time

March 10, 2010

2009, felt tip marker on paper.

I like bats, and I like the night. I like the bright colours of felt tip markers.

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368. Fat Cat With Spots

July 27, 2009

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Coloured pencil on paper, February / March 2009.

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349. Something Sketchy

May 29, 2009

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Watercolour pencil on paper, 2008.

Ok, I’m pretty sure this one is watercolour pencil. It was so long ago, I can’t quite remember it… Pencils dipped in water, rather than drawing then painting over them witha paintbrush.

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T-Shirts For Sale

March 5, 2009

Here’s some of my t-shirt designs that can be found at my Bubblesite. All of them start out as hand drawn illustrations – whether using marker, ink liner, or coloured pencil. The images are then scanned and cleaned, before being turned into redbubble t-shirt templates. According to the RedBubble t-shirt information:

“T-Shirts are made with 100% cotton American Apparel fabric, and are available in cuts to suit men and women.”

You can choose alternative colours for most of the shirts. If you’re after unique t-shirts with designs by an Aussie artist, I hope you’ll give these a go!

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This giraffe t-shirt has been by far the most popular design I have on offer.

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This dinosaur t-shirt is a reflection of my not so secret wish that I had a pet dinosaur… Turns out they’re hard to find, though!

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320. Multi Coloured Kangaroo

March 2, 2009

20081230-scanart-flokot-14Felt tip marker on blue tinted paper, 2008-ish.

It’s about time I drew some Aussie animals. No, we don’t actually ride around on kangaroos here, but where I grew up it wasn’t unusual to see a paddock full of grazing roos.

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319. Trotting Horse On Red Paper

February 23, 2009

20081230-scanart-flokot-15Felt tip marker on paper, 2008.

I was spending an evening just practising quick sketching and – as usual – the horse theme happened. I was trying to do something different from my usual attempts at remotely reaslistic Arabian Horse faces… I like the freedom and simplicity of line sketches made using humble children’s felt tip markers.

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318. Colourful Horse

February 16, 2009

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Watercolour pencil, ink liner and coloured pencil on paper, A7 (yes, that’s right, A7!) watercolour paper, 2008.

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