Blog, Doodles

Doodles #2

Hey guys, I know I have not blogged in a few weeks, I’ve have been absolutely flat out with my new job in Cardiff. I do have a few free moments every now and then, but when I’m not in work, my brain literally shuts down, makes it hard to think, let alone blog. Today is one of my days off, I have been doing a little bit of drawing and inking, so I decided to brush the dust off my blog and continue posting artwork from over the years.

So today I am just going to post a few more random doodles that will either be recent or years old.

Nessie, Watercolour and felt tip pen.
Nessie, Watercolour and felt tip pen 2014.

A painting I very much enjoyed making last year. I was using watercolour paints and would like to revisit this style at some point, maybe even master it. According to my boyfriend its “goofy”, but I like approaching my art with a characteristic approach.

Eagle doodle, felt tip pen.
Eagle doodle, felt tip pen, 2014.

To be honest, I really don’t remember doing this. I didn’t think it was mine until I saw my old signature, I am also guilty for lazy scribble shading my work when I lose interest in the drawing itself.

Bird drawing experiment, watercolour pencils and felt tip pen.
Bird drawing experiment, watercolour pencils and felt tip pen 2014.

Another bird drawing, I went through a bit of a bird drawing face, I liked drawing the claws and trying to perfect the feathers. I’m not particularly fond of this artwork. I do like the blue colouring of the wood though.

Owl, watercolour pencils and felt tip pen 2014.

Yet another owl drawing, I find this one rather cute though.

My fox tattoo design, felt tip pen 2014.

The drawing of my tattoo design. If you have not guessed yet, I have an obsession with drawing foxes.


Jamie in Paris, watercolours, felt tip pen, 2014.

For my friends Birthday, I painted him. I really like this paint style, I think I will try to paint in a similar style when I get new art supplies.


Kitsune, watercolour and felt tip pen, 2015

I like to write stories from time to time, then sometimes I paint the stories before I scrap the idea. This is an image from the Otherland series of a Kitsune, a mythological fox that shape shifts into human form, converses with a fairy.

I hope you enjoyed my art, leave a like and follow me if you want to read my posts regularly. About that, I may not have the energy to post daily, but I will try to post something twice a week.

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