Random quick sketch to kill time while waiting for my coffee to wear off….

Idea was some kind of cyborg….but, couldn’t quite figure out how to take it. Decided to name him Vay anyways though.

Random quick sketch to kill time while waiting for my coffee to wear off….

Idea was some kind of cyborg….but, couldn’t quite figure out how to take it. Decided to name him Vay anyways though.

"Shattered."
Caught in a web and can’t get out. I’m breaking into pieces; where is my heart?

Finished version of the earlier wip. :)

Progress on earlier wip! Still not done yet though. Interesting to see how much things changed…lol

Progress on earlier wip! Still not done yet though. Interesting to see how much things changed…lol

Work in progress! Did a dinnertable sketch and liked the idea, so fixed it up in photoshop. Far from done, but basic idea down. The idea is “Broken”.

Work in progress! Did a dinnertable sketch and liked the idea, so fixed it up in photoshop. Far from done, but basic idea down. The idea is “Broken”.

creativemornings:

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Omg, I so want to do this. If only there was time. :(

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A sketch of an ocean city, inspired from the desert. Road trip doodle!

Drawing in the car on a road trip~

creativesomething:

Creative thinking is an innate ability in each of us. If you have a brain that functions fairly well you can dream up new ideas. It’s that simple.

However, there are quite a few people in the world today who believe that they’re not creative, that they simply cannot think creatively, and…

I have approximate answers and possible beliefs in different degrees of certainty about different things, but I’m not absolutely sure of anything, and of many things I don’t know anything about, but I don’t have to know an answer. I don’t feel frightened by not knowing things, by being lost in the mysterious universe without having any purpose which is the way it really is as far as I can tell possibly. It doesn’t frighten me.
Richard Feynman during an interview in BBC’s Horizon program (1981)

And, done! :) Happy how it turned out (for now), and learned a lot. I’ve never done a realistic painting like this before! I didn’t exactly expect for it to turn out this way when I started, but well, all things turn out for the better I suppose.