Tarana, Inspiration via Sktchy

Thank you, Tarana for the inspiration. This is Tarana,  I found her inspiration photo on the app Sktchy.  Her unique look and bold ear jewelry caught my eye. This sketch was created in Procreate.  I’m really enjoying sketching digitally, but, I’m going to have to force myself to put it down and spend some time …

More Fun with Procreate

and what fun it is… This is Jonathon, he is another face from my Sktchy Queue. Jonothan has been in my queue for a very long time.  He’s been waiting on me to purchase some black paper so I can create a proper sketch of this wonderful inspiration photo.  I still haven’t purchased any black …

Whitling down the Sktchy Queue

One down,  lots more to go… I am slowly working my way through my saved Sktchy references.  This particular reference has been in my queue for an extremely long time.  I’m glad I finally got around to creating this portrait. I think she has a unique look.  I liked the messy hair and the contrast …

Lost in Thought

More Sktchy Inspired Goodness Good morning, today’s post is a graphite portrait of a gentleman that I found on Sktchy.  I have had this guy in my queue of saved inspiration photos for a few months so, I finally got around to sketching his portrait. I intentionally used cross-hatching to indicate areas of shadow with …

Trying to loosen up

Experimentation… This is William, I found him on Sktchy. With this sketch, I simply wanted to loosen up a bit, not be so rigid, and try to let myself go and have a little fun with the sketch.  I’m not sure that I achieved the look I wanted, but, any attempt is better than no …

Pen & Ink Portrait of Ras

The inspiration for this portrait came from the iOS app Sktchy.  I was drawn to his overall look, the short dreadlocks, glasses, and facial hair, etc. I tried to keep the sketch fairly loose and have fun with it. Have a great day, Mike This sketch was created using Micron 005, Micron Brush Pen, Gelly …

Skully

I’m not sure why I find sketching a human skull so intriguing…but I do.  I guess I simply find the shape and form fun to draw.  I enjoy shading the eye sockets and the sharp contrast of the skull against a dark background. Please visit the blog to see my latest sketch.