This is a cat. Which I drew in my sketch book. It really looks like a cat.
This is a santa’s Sleigh I drew and coloured it with oil pastel. It has a lot of presents for kids that Santa will give them.
I drew this because I wanted to show that beauty is not skin deep, the girl in my picture is confident and beautiful despite the fact that she’s different and lacks a beautiful surface.
A picture I drew of Feathertail, a cat from the Warriors series by Erin Hunter.
This drawing is based on the Scorch Trials from the Maze Runner series. It shows the desert and storms that cover so much of the ruined dystopian world.
This drawing is based on the Dauntless symbol in the Divergent series. In the dystopian city of Chicago, the community is divided into five factions. The main character, Tris, becomes a member of Dauntless. Dauntless are the bravest members of the city, keeping it safe from harm.
This drawing is based off of the symbol from the Harry Potter books. The Deathly Hallows are the Elder Wand, the Resurrection Stone, and the Invisibility Cloak. When one possesses these three items, they become the Master of Death.
As a child, you enjoy watching cartoon shows on TV. Mickey Mouse has been a childhood favorite among generations. There are books about Mickey Mouse for little ones to read. This is what led me to paint Mickey Mouse, however, with the theme as sorrow.
I’m not much of drawer but I really enjoy beautification! This is a form of art, right? I was inspired by the book Aaron’s Hair by Robert Munsch. If you don’t like your hair try out different things!
This piece was done with watercolour pencil crayons. It was inspired by the book “The Dark Missions of Edgar Brim” by Shane Peacock.