Immediately after I completed “at dusk”, the first garden drawing by a ballpoint pen, I started working on this new one. I expected that I could complete this one sooner, but it actually took me 24 days to draw everything I felt I needed to include in this work. I hope many people visiting this forum like this piece.
@Maki OH MY GOODNESS! You amaze us again! How? Seriously, how!? You’re attention to detail is one thing, but then the ballpoint again! Really well done! Thank you for sharing! Jesus loves you!!!
This is fabulous! Love it!
WOW > first look was a catch my breath moment. love the continued theme but the detail and shading in each flower,leaf etc: is just ,oh wait ,I just noticed the shadows too. I clicked on the “at dusk” link and >> well you have the imagination and talent of an artist. always interesting ,so glad you are with this community. tom
Maki… no, I don’t like it, I absolutely LOVE IT! Dare I say, I love it even more than the first one? As usual, beautifully done!
The detail is breathtaking
Your work is always so cool! Your attention to detail is outstanding.
Keep up the good work!
Hello, TheMustardSeedLife, thank you so much for your kind words. Well, I have recently discovered that ballpoint pens can deal with almost any subjects for drawing. When I was a kid, I enjoyed reading tons of cartoons and even tried to make my own cartoons using pretty authentic pens and ink. I remember that they were dip pens, which in those days were considered standard gadgets for cartoonists. But now that I tried drawing many subjects using a ballpoint pen, I find it much more handy and so far I haven’t faced any difficulties in depicting what I want to express in my drawings. I don’t know, I will just keep exploring.
Hello Denise, thank you so much for your comment. Glad you love this piece!
wow - this is amazing
Hello Patricia, thank you so much for your comment. I’ve been doing a lot of research jobs before actually working on my drawings and I’m beginning to understand the composition is the key to successful garden drawings. I realised this while checking tons of garden photographs. For the first garden drawing, I selected a pretty simple composition. For the second, I chose a bit more complicated one. I am going to follow this composition-based policy when choosing what to draw for a while. I hope I can keep supplying something interesting to see for the coming months.
Hi Janet, thank you so much for your comment!
Hello Adi, thank you so much for your comment!
Hello Jack, thank you so much for your kind words. Garden drawing bring about so much fun and I’m enjoying every moment while working on the drawing. Glad to know you find my works cool.
Hello Tom, thank you so much for your very kind words! I will upload the making video of this work later. It might be interesting to see how all the details you mention have been added in the drawing, beginning from this pretty simple draft.
How do you make a video like this. It looks like you take a bunch of stills as you go, then merge them into a video using some specific software? Watching this is almost more amazing than viewing the final piece
@lakeside339, yes, there are video editing softwares that you can use to create videos. From the simple Windows Video Editor to PowerDirector(a program that youtubers use), there’s quite a range. And for the record, Windows Video Editor is for VERY simple videos. Jesus loves you!!!
Hi Adi, thank you so much for your comment. Yes, that is exactly what I did. This is the screenshot of the movie editing software I have used for this video
WOW!! That is an amazing drawing. So detailed for a drawing done in ballpoint. I just love it.