One of my favorite things to have done in art is drawing on Post it notes. I think this grew out of my Sketch Card days since the size of the final art is somewhat similar.
These were so much fun to do and an exercise in keeping things simple due to the size constraints. As a digital Artist, having the ability to easily zoom in and out (something that's not done in traditional art), I tend to over analyze things and add more detail than I should. Doing art this small (and even smaller on other occasions which I may share in another post) really helps to simplify things. You find you're not thinking about detail but rather shapes and the more important elements of the image.
I've been posting some of my old favorite pieces on Instagram. These are the first 2. Both of these were created on the iPad Pro with Procreate App.
I've been drawing digitally full on for a very long time. Starting and finishing all of my images on the iPad Pro with the Apple Pencil. So after being inspired by a Pal of mines, who himself had been drawing digitally for a long time, I decided to produce a few images traditionally. This was a fun experiment and one I hope to get back to soon.
I love Bigfoot and everything having to do with the elusive creature. I've spent countless hours wasting my time watching video after video on youtube, hoping for that one guy that finally finds him.
But here's the thing, even with the footage we have out there already, we're still not satisfied. It's almost like, we've seen them a dozen times and yet, we still question their existence.
So after another round of- getting to nowhere fast- videos, I had a sudden inspiration to sketch this out.
This was sketched on the iPad Pro with the Apple Pencil and Linea App.