Drawing Annie The Cat Looking Over The Hillside

Colored Pencil Drawing of Annie The Cat
I finally completed the colored pencil drawing of Annie the cat.

Yesterday I finished the colored pencil drawing of Annie the cat, and the photos below highlight how I created this illustration.

I have started trying a picture of Annie cat looking over the hillside.  There are two scrub oak trees next to her.
Here I began drawingAnnie cat looking over the hillside. There are two scrub oak trees next to her.
I am at the half-way point of the drawing.  The scrub oak trees have almost all shaded in.
I am at the half-way point of the drawing. I am shading in all the leaves on the scrub oak trees.
Meticulously coloring in the sky around the scrub oak trees was a time consuming task. This art project was one of patience and precision.
Meticulously coloring in the sky around the scrub oak trees was a time consuming task. This art project was one of patience and precision.
The sky has been colored in around the leaves of the srrub oak trees.
The sky has been completed shaded in around the leaves of the scrub oak trees, which always make me think of the backside of the San Bernardino Mountains.
The fur of the cat has been colored in during this phase of the drawing.
The fur of the cat has been colored in during this phase of the drawing.
Here I finished coloring In The Dirt Next To The Rock.
Here I finished coloring in the dirt next to the rock.

In this video you can see what the pink quartz rock looks like after I finished shading it in with oil pastels. There are many pink quartz rocks like this one up in the San Bernardino Mountains.

Making A Sunset Heart Illustration With Fabric Markers

Valentine’s Day does not have to be about romantic love. For me, Valentine’s Day is about expressing love for things I enjoy, and something I love to look at are sunsets. I used fabric markers to create a sunset image on a pink shirt I purchased the other day.

The video below shows how the illustration for the heart sunset shirt was created.