One night in Paris. Years and years ago, we visited Paris just for three days. When I woke up the first morning in Paris, it was not me what I saw in the mirror. My allergies!!!
I couldn’t find a chance to look around, or sketch at all. Wish I would be able to see Paris again soon:))
They called her ‘Freak’ by her fans instead of ‘Fairy’.
It was not easy to be a pole dancer with those wings.
Nonetheless, she was dancing for nobody, with ‘A Rose for Emily’ from The Zombies
One day at my studio, we decided to make a stop motion using the Ipad. We had a lot of fun when we were shooting frame by frame this little character! Hope you enjoy it : )
A detail from my recent illustration for an article. I will post it when the article published on the magazine. Keep checking out 🙂
Again, another sketchbook treasure. Really fast coloring process; about 30-40 minutes. A good warm up for the day.
Under the Water
This guy was swimming in my sketchbook for a while. I want to make him happy by coloring him! His friend will show up later. He is a weirdo!
Dance and Rest
This illustration came out when I was animating a dance scene. I gave a break, did this sketch and painted it in Photoshop. Taking a break often increases the productivity. I definitely going to improve this illustration soon.
New illustrations for my friend Aslı Eti’s article about Allen’s play Death at sanatkaravani.com. It’s from his best seller book Without Feathers, a collection of essays and two one act play. “Hope is the thing with feathers.” Emily Dickinson
The bridge drawing was so naughty. It was moving around, wasn’t stable at all. The story artist made a last move, and draw a valley both sides of the bridge. Now the bridge was trapped!!!
I am storyboarding my own project and when work for too long I start noticing faces in things, as many people do. I see them in switches, pipes, cracks on the walls, and windows. Sometimes I even see them in my drawings. When I finished this bridge drawing, I saw that scared, screaming face on it 🙂
I used Photoshop and my Wacom Cintiq tablet when working on this drawing.