It’s not long since I began my journey into the world of digital drawing. I bought my Wacom drawing tablet in 2012, but apart from some quick and easy sketches, I didn’t use it much over the next years. Then one day in my Contemporary Drawing class in Australia in 2015, I used it for my main project. I wasn’t very good then, but with dedication, time and effort I’ve come a really long way since.
Time flies when I sit down. In every piece of art I put a great number of hours, and I never stop looking for details. I always try creating something that may stand out or at least be interesting or nice to look at. This has become such a big interest that I always look for inspiration for future drawings – whether it’s while out for a walk or while chilling in front of the telly.
Doesn’t matter if they’re a superhero, a wrestler, a character from a movie or fairytale, or something else. If I find a person interesting in any way, I don’t mind taking on the challenge to do a portrait. I love trying to capture emotions in faces, and being a perfectionist I always aim to look for the smallest details since I know they make all the difference.
GAME OF THRONES
Since I love this tv show (and the books), I decided to challenge myself and make a little drawing project. This project includes portraits inspired by the season three posters, as well as portraits and landscapes from different scenes throughout all other seasons. This will stay an ongoing project, with breaks now and then to do something different.
I always love trying out different things, and also enjoy doing some nature studies now and then. I’m particularly fond of night time landscapes with silhouettes, but try maintaining variation and never stick to one thing only.
When I first started drawing, I focused most on cartoons/game characters. These seemed a little safer, as I wouldn’t mess up anyone’s face or anything. It taught me a lot, though. And still today I love going back to these kind of drawings and play around – now challenging myself in completely new ways.