I was on the phone, and just started doodling. First I made a hill with a cabin on top. Then the hill became a square, and suddenly it was a sail. With a sail done the next step was pretty obvious. So I added a ship and the sea using the same style. When the…
I have no clue what's going on here.. But inside the drawing there's a face, some fishes and what seems to be the beginning of a badminton match: If you ask me why, I don't know. But it was fun to draw 🙂
You'll know when you get a visitor, living in this high neighbourhood. Unless it's your neighbour, of course. But I guess they've grown accustomed to each other.
I don't know if I feel the need to just hang out, but it certainly became the theme of these two drawings: It looks pretty nice, though, just having nothing to do and nowhere to go.I mean, when was really the last time you could get just utterly bored?That's when your creativity can break free,…
Drawing crooked hills are quite relaxing.They look pretty much the same.But there's always a differece or two.After drawing sessions consisting of only crooked hills, it can be hard to manage to draw something else.But there'll hopefully be something new in my next post 🙂
Drawing fence posts is something I've started doing without really registering it. The first time I drew them I just liked the way they turned out, and I started adding more and more of them. I guess they remind me of my own childhood, clinging on to them while climbing up the hills.
I've been drawing these "humans" for quite a while.The funny thing though, is that I've never really felt that they needed arms. It's quite weird, because it certainly is a pretty important body part.And when I have added arms to them, they look very much like the legs.Not very delicate, but it does bring more…
It's an unlucky postman who has been dealt this route Or maybe he is happy to get a walk about I hope you are doing alright, and that you're having a good day! And if you want to see more pen drawings you can do so in my gallery.
A sunny day to take a walk. Being outside and have a talk.
From the dirt up to the top. Throbbing steps without a stop.