I am excited by the fact of only having a few pages left in this Rainbow Art Journal. I feel like I have been pootling around in this particular art journal for so many years. Too many years. I have completed countless other art journals and art projects within that time frame but this one was malingering because I kept putting it back down as many times as I picked it up. I made it one of my goals for this Summer to just power through and almost exclusively work in this art journal so that I could finally complete it and file it away. I, therefore, feel a sense of achievement already that there are only a few pages left. I have decided that these final pages should be dedicated to all of the colours combined. Rainbows to the finish line.
This illustration is another Draw This In Your Style challenge. This one is based on an original character created by a very young artist named Myla. One of her characters is Gay Mothman who just makes me smile every time she shares artwork featuring him. I love cryptids and his rainbow garb suited my needs for this particular section of my art journal so I thought I would – as the challenge suggests – draw him in my style. After working in neutrals for a while, it was so much fun to splash all of those colours around.
Love the rainbows!!!!! Yippee!!! Love your character’s expression of awe and excitement! Congratulations on almost completing your journal!!! Whenever I finish a sketchbook I have a “job well done” feeling and I hope you’ll have that feeling too!
Yes! That is precisely how I feel. I am a completist so I hate to leave anything half-done and I am not normally a procrastinator either so I am going to feel so accomplished when I complete this and shove this journal on the shelf.
I’m a completist too!!! Bravo again to you!!!!
Oh my gosh, this is absolutely cute! That character leaves a smile on my face, they’re so snappy! I love the rainbows and how you colored it.
Congratulations on nearly finishing your art journal . That’s a very difficult task for a bunch of artists, and having a theme? Wow!
Thank you very much! I am so glad to have finished that journal. Now I can move on to other projects without it side-eyeing me from the table.