Voltando a postar após um longo período de corre-corre (final de ano foi punk) 🤣🏃♂️💨 Trabalhos desenvolvidos no ano passado (2017).
Arte de Caderno estilo Moleskine desenvolvido para o cliente BSC Química Ltda.
Também desenvolvemos a arte do calendário de mesa da empresa, que estaremos postando em breve. 😉
finished spread for last week!! i love love this one! lately i feel like the second pages of my spreads don't look as good as the first ones, but in this one i love it! 🌸 hope you guys like it! // 📸 find the photos i used in this spread on my pinterest @ coldbujo
Quick, badly lit, and inky-fingered flip-through of a smol collage notebook kept and completed in 2016. It’s interesting to see how my aesthetics have changed since then, and what bits of it remain the same.
5 years difference!✏ A comparison of my pencil sketches! Now, I know I've mentioned this a few times on my instagram stories but guys, for the love of...art, make sure you draw in pencil as much as possible!!! My BIGGEST regret ever is only working in watercolour and doing few random paintings here and there without doing any sketching in pencil. When you practice and study in pencil it all goes into your painting skills but if you only work in paint it doesn't apply as well back to drawing. Few years ago I would only draw outlines for my paintings, nothing else, and that's only about 2-3 quick and rough drawings a week... I got stuck in this zone of only painting as I thought artists I followed never sketched because they didn't post their studies on Instagram. I know, it sounds super silly but it's true. If you're stuck in the painting zone like I used to be and you read up to this point, I would really recommend working in pencil as much as possible. Have a sketchbook or two that you won't share to anyone, it's for yours eyes ONLY and it's where you sketch, practice, study and focus on various elements that you want to improve. Don't post them ever even if you're proud of them because it will break the chain of feeling like someone will look at your future studies. On the side you can have one or few sketchbooks where you're free to show your sketches but having a sketchbook that's super secret is the best feeling ever. Sketch and making studies in pencil is honestly the thing I can tell has made me improve so much more. The drawings on the left are extremely rare as I barely drew back at the age of 14 and I've only got into using pencil more ofren since several months ago at the age of 19. Hope this info helps a few in some way.