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Sketchbook Tour

So… Sketchbook tours are one thing that’s so cool and fascinating. It is colorful, it is creative and what’s not to love? I’ve seen, been inspired by so many art journals and sketchbooks, that I wanted to try and do one as well.

This drawing happened when I was inspired by zentangle art and so wanted to try it. πŸ‘‡

Sketchbook tour | Zentangle

Who doesn’t love nature? This drawing was inspired by the beautiful and vibrant cherry blossoms. πŸ‘‡

Sketchbook tour | Cherry blossom scenery

I thought of mixing abstract art and doodling, and this happened.πŸ‘‡

Sketchbook tour | Abstract art and Doodling

That one time when I had to try Scribble Art so much.πŸ‘‡

Sketchbook tour | Scribble Art

When I was inspired by Abstract Art, while looking for references. πŸ‘‡

Sketchbook tour | Abstract art

I wanted to try different techniques in drawing trees and the sketch turned out like this.πŸ‘‡

Sketchbook tour | Scenery drawing

Have you ever experienced an irresistible craving for artworks in the form of movies that are a masterpiece? I wanted to watch Harry Potter for the millionth time but ended up drawing Diagon Alley.πŸ‘‡

Sketchbook tour | Diagon Alley

This one, obviously is for the festive times.πŸ‘‡

Sketchbook tour | Christmas Eve

This one happened when I tried another way of drawing trees and bushes and learned a bit about lights and shadows too.πŸ‘‡

Sketchbook tour | Tree drawing

This drawing is when I was so in love with the Illustration art , I had to try one. πŸ‘‡

Sketchbook tour | Illustration art

I tried yet another illustration art with a short story called Freedom.

Sketchbook tour | Freedom

Silhouette art is so fascinating and will always be an evergreen love for me.πŸ‘‡

Sketchbook tour | Silhouette girl art

Nothing beats a good doodling day. It’s relaxing, therapeutic, and in short, it’s inner peace for me. No wonder why I’m obsessed with it. πŸ‘‡

Sketchbook tour | Doodling flowers

I wanted to try drawing a realistic looking subject. It’s nowhere close but I hope it’s a decent one.πŸ‘‡

Sketchbook tour | Hibiscus

I wanted to talk about drawing in One point perspective and here is the sketch for it.πŸ‘‡

Sketchbook tour | One Point Perspective

This drawing happened when I wanted to talk about drawing in Two point perspective. πŸ‘‡

Sketchbook tour | Two point perspective

I wanted to try random, leisure doodling with marker pens and here is how it turned out.πŸ‘‡

Sketchbook tour | Doodling with marker pens

Everything you can imagine is real.

Pablo Picasso

So… I’d love to know which one of my sketches caught your eye? Here is few of my other posts if you’d like to read more. πŸ‘‡ Regards, your fellow Art Warlock.

Categories: Art of Drawing

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Yuvi MK

I write, I read, I sketch, I repeat!πŸ’•

30 replies

  1. Wow…. your artwork is amazing!!! I would love to do some ekphrastic poetry on one or more of these. If I did could I include your art (with link)? Very beautiful pieces. 🀩

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      1. Yay. I have completed it. I hope it will be okay. No need to reblog it. Just loved your art and it felt so copacetic to my own feelings in some way. Many thanks to you for somehow finding my poetry. Wonderful to connect and find your work in return. πŸ€—πŸ’—

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  2. These are all great! I especially love number 1 and 5. The zentangle patterns are very clean, busy, and expressive. And the use of the white space castle really makes it stand out. Number 5 is my favorite. I love how there’s so much form in the figure that’s “not there”. The branches are extremely well positioned/placed.

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