Hi there! So far all of my drawings have been digital using Photoshop. As far as traditional media goes typically stick to col-erase pencils and markers in a sketchbook. If I’m feeling brave I’ll up my game and play around with watercolor ;)
I really should post some cat drawings done traditionally, just to mix things up.
Having trouble sleeping tonight so I’m gonna dig through my inbox and answer some questions! ;)
082: I tired
When I don’t have time to call home my family often checks my cat blog to see how things are going. They tell me they know how I’m doing based on either the quality or content of the sketch. Tonight’s sketch is for them. I’m dog tired and I wish I could call and say hi more often. LOVE YOU LOTS.
Went to the zoo today and picked one of my cheetah sketches to color. The boys were curled up next to the glass and let me draw them for close to 40 minutes. Ranger kept watching me with the biggest, most amazing eyes so I had to draw them. I may draw lions an awful lot but I think cheetahs are my favorite of the big cats. Really beautiful animals.
If anyone was wondering the cheetah in back is Strike, Ranger’s twin brother.
Hi and thank you! Honestly with brushes I’m too lazy to customize them. I just like messing around with the default brushes to see what happens.
However there is a great (free) tool that I’d recommend you try called the NATURAL MEDIA TOOLKIT. It’s pretty neat and fun to use.