I’m a little obsessed with this neon chartreuse swing dress tutorial. If I could sew, then I’d make myself five of these, but alas - I’m terrible at sewing. So instead of making a dress for myself, I drew Merrick in hers. She styled it very well!
I had a sweet person ask my for ideas on what to draw. I thought maybe more of you would like to hear as well. I told her:
Hi! Just draw anything you see. Go to a coffee shop and sketch. Draw the fighting siblings, the couple that is being slightly too publicly affectionate. Draw the happy barista or the disgruntled customer. Draw the characters and the people and the moods that you see. Then improvise. If people move before you can capture a quick sketch of them, make up a situation and pose and finish it. Put them in a short story (like three panel comic or something) or at least think about why they are posed or acting the way they are. OR…just draw mermaids. Or monsters. Always fun options!!
Yesterday’s outfit :) I was going to wear it out but then I felt sick so I changed to pj’s and just made blog posts and sketched for the rest of the night :P Here’s a quick digi sketch of it anyway!
Storyboards for my personal project
Coming Soon on My Blog…
First, I want to thank all of you that follow this blog and keep up with my art. You all inspire me and make me smile every day with your kindness.
Starting next week, I will be posting on a schedule with posts every Monday and Friday. (I’m going to start there and work towards posts on Wednesday as well, once I get the ball rolling) I’ll be posting art and sketches like usual, but I’ll be posting tips, tutorials, shared inspirations, and fashion posts in between the other art posts. Please give me as much feedback as you want as I produce posts and share advice with you. Feel free to ask questions, too! I definitely don’t bite ;) Bascially, I want to make this blog a place to share my art and to brighten your life through tutorials and fun little fashion posts. Help me make it something you want to see, too!
Thanks again, everyone. Have a great day! :)
Drawing tip: how I draw braids
I had to get a cast so naturally, I went into Rapunzel mode and painted it.
Grandma’s Cabin by Meg B.
Pretend visual development for Red Hood. I think if I was to get really serious with a vis dev project regarding little red riding hood, then I might pick a different setting instead of the typical forest one. Either way, here’s this illustration.
Vis Dev for pretend animation of the fairytale Little Daylight
Messing around with some sketches and ideas. You all may be thinking, “does Meg only ever post sketches?!” Well for the most part I do, but I have more finished things coming up soon :) Stay tuned~