fuckyeahillustrativeart:

Blushing Drops by Alex Chechik.
www.alexchechik.com

fuckyeahillustrativeart:

Blushing Drops by Alex Chechik.

www.alexchechik.com

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I’ve been neglecting tumblr for way too long (including my messages! Sorry, I will get to them soon D: ). To start getting into the habit of posting again, here’s an art tool rec post! Last week I had the privilege of visiting Glen Keane at his studio and he recommended this pencil for drawing. It was so smooth and buttery soft, I fell in love and immediately  bought a pack. It’s especially great on animation paper/finer surfaces.

If you want to give it a try you can buy some here (this website is dangerous, it’s basically where I get all my brush pens)!: Mitsu-Bishi Hi-Uni 

Whoops! Missed the actual day, but here are some belated Draw Your Cat in a Dress Day drawings (http://tumblr.beckyandfrank.com/post/87896872931/i-decided-to-start-a-new-holiday-today-draw-your). A most excellent holiday idea. The comic is how I imagine an actual attempt would go. 

So I blearily checked my email last night and thought this was a joke:

I see this morning that my sailor moon piece got reblogged tons, but I can’t figure out who set it off. Where did everyone come from?

Either way, thanks! And happy Memorial Day (for those in the US) :)

Everyone’s been so nice about my wee foxes, I really appreciate it! :) Here’s one more, and there will be more in the future.All of these were done with a kuretake brush pen and chartpak markers, with just a little gouache and colored pencil for detail. Also, some people have been asking if I’ll have prints. I plan on gathering all of these into a little book for this year’s CTNx, and I’ll make some of them available as prints, too. Thanks for all the support, guys!

Everyone’s been so nice about my wee foxes, I really appreciate it! :) Here’s one more, and there will be more in the future.

All of these were done with a kuretake brush pen and chartpak markers, with just a little gouache and colored pencil for detail.

Also, some people have been asking if I’ll have prints. I plan on gathering all of these into a little book for this year’s CTNx, and I’ll make some of them available as prints, too. Thanks for all the support, guys!

Anonymous said: I was wondering what pens do you use?

Lately I’ve just been using the kuretake disposable pocket double sided brush pen. It’s waterproof and dries fairly quickly…I looove it!

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Wee foxes on an island adventure

Feeding this poor neglected blog with my piece (based on Sailor Moon R) for the Magical Girl Heroines: Sailor Moon and Sailor Senshi show at Qpop, happening this Saturday. I’ve already seen tons of gorgeous pieces by amazing artists posted online, and I can’t wait to view the rest. Hope to see everyone there!Marker & Gouache, 5x7

Feeding this poor neglected blog with my piece (based on Sailor Moon R) for the Magical Girl Heroines: Sailor Moon and Sailor Senshi show at Qpop, happening this Saturday. I’ve already seen tons of gorgeous pieces by amazing artists posted online, and I can’t wait to view the rest. Hope to see everyone there!

Marker & Gouache, 5x7

Kevin came out a little…wrong…They never knew how to act around him. 
(Happy Lunar New Year! Horses/Centaurs, it’s your time to **shine**…PS: did this as part of the sketch_dailies prompt)

Kevin came out a little…wrong…
They never knew how to act around him.

(Happy Lunar New Year! Horses/Centaurs, it’s your time to **shine**…PS: did this as part of the sketch_dailies prompt)

sketchinfun said: For your watercolor paintings, what kind of paints and paper do you use?

Boo, I’m getting to this late! But in case you’re still interested, I usually use arches hot press watercolor paper (when I sit down and actually do a watercolor piece) and use these cheapo watercolors. Occasionally my pieces are just done straight into my sketchbook, though :)