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Labels: cat, cat toy, colour ballpoint
posted by andrea joseph's sketchblog at 7:42 PM
You know, I was hoping to figure out how you drew the fuzzies from the expanded view ... but I still can't figure it out!! I swear you make ballpoint pens do impossible things. Awesome!
Second that! And you make ink do amazing things, too. How on earth do you get the soft shadows behind your tea bags drawing or the surface of the wallet is beyond me. Will you enlighten us, pleaaase?Claudia
your girl is a cutie pie and your drawing is a doodle? my doodles should look so good! i agree with the others - pens are magic in your hand.
wow this is great Andrea, how do you get that wonderful blurry effect on the edges?! And I love the colour!
I LOVE this. It just radiates off the screen. I wish my "doodles" were like this.
Cheers guys,I really like this little guy actually. I think because it just started out as a doodle and I wasn't expecting anything of it. It was a nice little surprise. Unlike the drawing I've just finished which took AGES and does absolutely nothing for me!What I like about this was trying out a new texture - fuzziness! I just touched the paper really very lightly with the pen and hatched as I normally would. I think that's how I did it?!Thanks.
i really like your work... congratulations
oooh... i may have to try that technique meself! This is really cute, the pink works so well. =)
It sure doesn't look like a ballpoint...but I beleive you drew it the way you said you did, anyway, still magic!!! Amazing softie darling:)
And I thought I was the only one who was obsessed with cat paws! Am amazed and inspired by your artwork.
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