I’ve been busy working on filling up more sketchbook pages these days. I usually have several pages in progress at any given time, which is why it seems like it takes me longer to finish a single page. Too many ideas to keep up with!
I am always inspired to draw all sorts of things I find in nature – moss growing in the grass and ferns spreading across the forest floor on the trails. Sometimes I just start to doodle shapes to see where that leads. I do love to fill up a page with repeating pattern. So then I like to fill in the corners and empty spaces with a few of the swirls I love to draw.
In order to fill up more sketchbooks this year, which is on my bucket list for 2015, I’ve been trying to draw a lot more lately. My goal is to never stop drawing! I’m hoping to develop a fun set of surface patterns/fabric designs with these illustrations, so stay tuned!
6 thoughts on “Pages From My Sketchbook”
Your work is beautiful! Thanks.
Thanks so much, Kathe! I really appreciate your comments!
OMG the flowers would make such beautiful tattoos! I am compiling inspiration for a flowery sleeve and this is certainly getting thrown in that pinterest board <3!
Thanks so much! That’s always a fabulous comment for an artist to receive, especially one who loves tattoos 😉
Amazing how far you have come along with your artwork. The number one selling book in a bookshop here is a adults colouring in book.
Thanks so much Bev! I really appreciate that. My motto is to never stop drawing. Because I want to get better and better. I heard someone say that it takes 10,000 hours get good or great at something. So that’s my mission with drawing and illustration 🙂 Adult coloring books are a popular trend here in the US lately too.