The prompt for this week’s #lifeformdrawingclub was PSYCHEDELIC, and I cranked out this skull-splitter in two sessions totaling 11 hours of drawing time. My hand hurts. You can get copies and merch of this bad boy in my Redbubble shop, it looks particularly bitchin’ on pillows, totes, and dresses.
I’ve started connecting the last few Inktober drawing together into a single sheet, resembling tattoo flash. I also added some gold embellishments, to emphasize all the shining and illumination that are the focus of each of these designs (the fire of the grail, the shimmer of the crystal, the glowing lightbulb.) Working on smaller designs at any given time feels much less daunting than producing a full page image every day (plus, it looks pretty damn cool)! I may sell the finished page when I’m done!
The prompt yesterday was “sad”, so I kept up with the theme from day 4 of body parts and lettering:
Get your sewing machines ready, because I just added four new patterns to my Spoonflower shop – three different variants of my Crystal Coffin design (mint, magenta, and teal) and a pattern based on my Arthropod Tarot series. Which do you like best?
Inspired by the Lifeform Drawing Club‘s “Mutant” prompt, this moth lady is revved up and ready to pollinate.
You can capture her at my Redbubble shop, where her print is just waiting to be pinned and displayed.
UPDATE: thanks to Lifeform for sharing this Lepidopteran Lady on their Instagram!