In the photos: Reeves pencils and Pastel Elixir notebooks.
I’ve always loved being creative, whether that’s with a pencil and paper or playing around making graphics in Photoshop. Nowadays all my creativity goes into blogging, but prior to having this online space, I kept all my creativeness in an art book. The other day I stumbled across this book whilst having a tidy up and thought it would be cool to share some snapshots from it on the blog.
Note: a lot of my drawings were from my angry rebellious punk phase. I’m still a punk girl at heart just with less piercings.
Back then most of my drawings were inspired by anime girls, even though I didn’t watch any, I thought the characters were always awesome.
Another amine girl and Che Guevara artwork inspired by a Rage Against The Machine flag I had in my room.
More punky artwork.
A sad looking rainbow haired girl sketch and Tim Minchin.
In later years, I started scanning my pictures into the computer and enjoyed making digital art.
This Matchbox 20 art would have been good if only my younger self knew how to spell the word receive.
Art inspired by Placebo and Code 64.
Hope you enjoyed a few snapshots from my art book from over the years. Do you keep an art book? Which do you prefer: traditional art or digital art? I’d love to hear your thoughts!