Today I sat down to tackle the coloring-in part on my latest fashionista illustration. Here’s a step-by-step breakdown, as well as the finished result.
My illustrations always start with a rough pencil sketch. From there I transfer the sketch to marker paper and create a clean tracing outline with fine line pens. Then the fun begins…adding color!
In art, as in life, the process is often where we learn the naked truth about ourselves…
I put the finishing touches on a new whimsical Windy Day illustration tonight, but am now stumped with the greeting. Any ideas?
In this post, I explain my illustration process from concept and research through to pencil sketch.
Nothing says spring like the sight and scent of magnolia trees in bloom. This original illustration by artist Joana Miranda shows Josephine taking in the aroma in hues of purple and greys.