One of the things i love about ink drawing is the variety of ways to make marks. over time, i (@crankillustration ) have become a fan of the cross-contour technique, as illustrated in this step-by-step drawing of an ear. it's fascinating that something so simple - the layering of parallel lines - can result in something the eye interprets as depth and volume! first take your time in constructing the contours before getting the pen out - the more planning the better the end result will be. ears are great subjects for trying this technique, as the contours curve in all sorts of weird ways to make you really think about the underlying form.
4 hours ago
It’s great to be drawing using natural skin tones for once! no dragon skin or weird purple tones😍
felix just took a break so the chance of him ever seeing this drawing is 0 but i don’t care @pewdiepie 🥜
1 hour ago
If i would start commissions,, would u commission me 🤨🤨
57 minutes ago
“metamorphic” a graphite illustration on 20x30 cold press illustration board. this was drawn back in 2004 while attending csulb. i was heavily into hr giger hence all the biomechanical elements. #fbf#flashbackfriday
Making my way back to this cuties 🤪🥰❤️ 3 baby’s done! 💪 god bless woman! 🥴 no more baby’s for me it’s official 🤗🤯❤️
in a minute
Ethan and helga looking back at their teenage years.
disclaimer: they don’t hate it but think it’s kinda cringe 😂
this was super fun to do and i hope you like it!! i don’t think i did ethan justice ;-; but i tried~