Edible #3: Recipe for the They Draw & Cook website!
My pick was stir-fried bitter melons.
I’m not in any way Ryukyuan (though I wish I was), but my family makes this a lot. Veeery tasty.
These are some works from the fall senior illustration thesis. I’m doing 16 interior illustrations based on the personalities of the MBTI. So far I’ve done 4/16, and there will be all of them by the end of the semester *crosses fingers*. (top: ISTJ, ENFP bottom: INTP, INFP)
What’s your type?
Edible project #2: Food posters! We were assigned the national food holiday of our birthdays, and mine is the “National Peanut Butter Lovers Day” (that’s a thing, yes).
The final was printed 18x24 inches!
Hello! The Fall semester has officially started (so senior year…oh my god) , and this is the first assignment for my food illustration class! The project was to draw all the ingredients for an assigned recipe.
Hopefully they look appetizing!?
|aquarellist » YOUR LITTLE SKETCHBOOK THING OF THE PLACES YOUVE VISITED IS SO CUTE!!!! IT MAKES ME WANT TO MAKE ONE TOO|
Thanks very much ヾ(*・∀・)/
If you like to travel, than it’s a great way to record the places you went (and food…yes). Plus, you get to talk to quite a bit of people along the way, so it’s really fun.
Sorry for the lag in updates. I hope you are all having a good summer, I’m relatively alive…
It seems like my mac decided it didn’t like the lineart. Sorry, I’ll do something like this properly later on.
step1: pencil, inspiration and a lot of patience
step2: watercolor, and yet again, patience
step3: ink with pen
step4: rip the masking tape off (ahhhh), scan, and tweak colors
(my methods are really simple…)
|mei-ping » こんにちわ！Hello! :D I just found your blog while I was casually backtracking my inspiration tag and came across one of your wimb posts. I feel bad for only following you now ^^; anyway I have something to ask, when you colour sketches like wimb, do you do them on the spot and do you use water brush? : D|
Hi mei-ping! Thanks for the message. :) arigatoooo.
The sketchbook doodles are drawn directly with a ballpoint pen, and then watercolored in later. The more detailed drawings is drawn in pencil first , painted, and then finally inked. I’ll add images in a bit.
I hope that answered your question!
So, I was fortunate enough to go visit again.
I promise we did more than eating…
Sketchbook things from the past week!
More to come in the next week or so.
So doodles during crit turned out like this in the spring semester…
If you recognize all the songs, bravo!
(This is all originally done in ball point pen on a sketchbook, but I got carried away with photoshop. fufufu)
Happy break, I’m going to try and keep doing a new set per week.
New dolls! Hope you like them.
Finals week: and the chaos begins
This is my junior thesis work in progress…it’s due on Tuesday. any bets if I’ll finish in time? hahaha