I have recently found a drawing of Ariel I did for fun a while ago and I thought it was a good idea to publish it.

06 Glen Keane Ariel06 Glen Keane Ariel_coloured

The original sketch is by artist Glen Keane, the colored version is mine.
This has been made in Photoshop. To accomplish this result I set the opacity of my brushes at a low level. This way when the flow of the same color crossed (water versus deeper water/shadow) it gave a feeling of watercolors. When two different colors crossed (like hair and water) they gave the impression of dirt color, which I think is more realistic than a perfectly colored drawing.



The ToiletA month ago I moved to a new flat and I drew this strip out of my first impression. It’s been pretty popular among my friends.
Funny thing, now that I’m used to it, I don’t find the toilet that small anymore, and I wouldn’t find it comical enough to draw something about that.

Routine kills creativity, making new experiences boosts it.
So, likeminded creatives, if we seek new ideas we need to find ways to make new experiences.
That’s as simple as that.