Fanart: Occamy

Some more fanart for the lovely film Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. This time of an actual beast, an occamy. Since these creatures are really colourful and cute, I wanted the focus to be on the colour and texture of the occamy. Therefore I kept the background very simple and sketchy with shades of brown.

August 1st 2017.

Studies of a man behind a shower curtain

NSFW: Nudity.

Do you ever get an image stuck in your head that you want to draw? I’ve had this one of a man half-hidden behind a shower curtain in my head for ages. But when I tried to draw it, I ended up doing five different versions of the drawing and not be entirely happy with a single one. They all have different expressions that I like, but they don’t match the vision I had in my head.

I did the first two during my break at work (I’m alone in our staff room during my breaks) with no references for anatomy. The third I did at home using a reference, which is why he turned out beefy all of a sudden. Then I tried to make a mixture between my original images and the reference.

I think I like number one and number five the best. Which one’s your favourite?

Drawing: Still Life

Did I mention it on this blog that I moved earlier this year? Another reason why I haven’t been drawing as much, since it took me a lot of time to get settled. But now I’ve settled in, and this is part of a display I have in my kitchen window.

I started this drawing back in April, but wasn’t happy with how it turned out and just left it unfinished. Then in June I wanted to draw, but didn’t have any ideas and realised that I should probably finish this. It was just as well as I did, because I think this is one of my most best-looking drawings for this year.

June 22nd 2017.

Sketching at Gubbens trädgård café

We made a return visit to Gubbens trädgård café. Of course it started to rain just as we got there, but we managed to find seats beneath shelter so we could sketch.

I drew another wall display, this time a basket with flowers. The drawing turned out entirely too big, but I was too lazy to start over and scale it down. Instead I focused on the colouring and creating texture. The metal parts turned out fancy.

Then for fun, I just did a quick and messy sketch of the ice tea I had ordered.

 

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