The cult of Hygeia Corvidae recommends social distancing to slow down and prevent the spread of infectious disease.
The cult of Asclepius Corvidae teaches the washing of hands in general and the practice of social distancing during times of pending pandemics.
Prologue Today was a beautiful day and wanting to do some more field research before writing my next piece on Kim Hongdo, I decided to drop by a museum that should have some more of his work. Bonus for me, as it was a museum that I had not yet visited! So off to the... Continue Reading →
This time I tried to combine gouache and ink. I started with gouache and added the ink lines to finish off the piece, giving it a bit of a cartoony/ stained glass vibe to it. I hope? You can watch it being painted and inked below! https://youtu.be/ETRiKNp61_g
If you enjoy this alpaca drawing, perhaps you'd like to see the inking! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lLCHtpb3dd4
Happy Lunar New Year! In East Asia, it's the year of the dog. Hopefully that means a year of love, dedication, and loyalty, and not a dog of a year. Be well, and be caring toward each other. If you'd like to purchase either of these dog drawings, check out my Etsy store: http://etsy.me/2Cq2XB2
Drawing hands is difficult to get right. But they're so fascinating! In my (nearly) daily drawings, I come back to drawing hands frequently. Here are some hands I drew between July and November 2017: More hands to come!
Day 2 of April's drawing-a-day challenge. Today's prompt: a honey bee spraying chemicals: While feeding the world's growing population is important, some of the modern farming practices are not always benign to the environment. Ironically, some of the pesticides we use to help protect crops may be contributors in honey bee deaths, an insect we... Continue Reading →