Drawings from Ace Comics July Meetup

Sketches from Ace Comics Drawing Meetup Line Illustration of a tree with birds and musical notes

Further to Saturday’s post of my long necked turtle eating pizza from July’s meetup of the Ace Comics drawing group, here are the rest of my sketches from the day.  Some of my koala characters and random people who where at the comic book store to play games for the day.  Also I am designing a tree for my August merchandise – stay tuned for more!!

BRISBANE PAINTING & DRAWING MEETUP GROUP: March meet up at Moora Park in Shorncliffe

Brisbane Painting and Drawing Meetup Group March Moora Park Shorncliffe Brisbane Painting and Drawing Meetup Group March Moora Park Shorncliffe Brisbane Painting and Drawing Meetup Group March Moora Park Shorncliffe Brisbane Painting and Drawing Meetup Group March Moora Park Shorncliffe Brisbane Painting and Drawing Meetup Group March Moora Park Shorncliffe

Brisbane Painting & Drawing Meetup Group – March Meet Up at Moora Park

It’s that awesome time of the month again when I join the Brisbane Painting and Drawing Meetup Group for a social and fun arty get together.  Last weekend on Sunday we were at Moora Park in Shorncliffe enjoying the fresh air, sounds of the waves hitting the shore, and in some great company.

In the morning I sketched a couple of palm trees, some people, an ibis and a few characters that are rummaging around in the back of my mind.

It’s always greatly inspiring to see the diverse range of creativity amongst everyone else who goes and also to see other parts of Brisbane I have yet been to.

In April, I will be arranging the meetup and it will be meeting at the Maritime Museum on Southbank.

For full details of the group and to sign up to attend please visit the website here…

Brisbane Drawing Group Sketch 4 – Barbecuing Man

Brisbane Painting and Drawing Meetup Edd Cross Illustrator

Barbecuing Man Sketch

This is the final sketch from Saturday.  I was introduced to sumi ink and using wooden kebab sticks to apply it.  I looked around and saw a guy barbecuing and causing a lot of smoke.  I though this would present a great way to test the different ends of the sticks from pointed, broken and blunt/flat. This proved a lot of fun, especially making the smoke effect with the broken flared end.

Have you tried sumi ink?