There is something about mint and lime which just help beat the heat.
This was done with copic markers, liners, and paints. The ice was done with a technique where you use one marker to deliver another markers color which you’ve put on the tip. In this case I put some cool gray on the tip of a colorless blender. It let me apply the right color without saturating the paper or leaving a solid line where the marker left off.
I have never quite understood how giant horses and beer are related… but it seems to be a tradition at this point. So who am I to argue?
Done with copic marker, liner, and paint. I originally had hug written across the shirt but it didn’t really work out. The hair texture was achieved by putting dark brown market onto a medium brown copic marker tip and then I started the brush stroke where I wanted the darker marker. As you move the marker it leaves the darker marker on the paper first. It makes for an interesting blending of colors.
It’s a donkey and his apple pie moonshine. They’re done using copic marker and liner. The shades of brown were difficult to balance. This is actually the second one I did. The more accurate coloration looked absolutely aweful. So I cartooned this thing up and tada. Enjoy
A dog and his stein are not soon parted. The only question with a stein is how full it really is.
Done with copic marker and liner.
It’s important to check on the cultural significance of an item before you draw/color an item. It could completely change the meaning of your art unintentionally and it isn’t pleasant when you think you’re saying x and an entire group of people are seeing y.
Art available in bookmark and 5×7 print.
See it wiggle. See it giggle. Jell-O shot parfait.
This is once again copic marker, liner, & paint. Red bleeds easily but you can help that by coloring the area with colorless blender and then coloring red from the outter line in. It can still bleed so be careful. Red is the trickiest color for bleeding.
Available in bookmark and 5×7 print.