Do I even know how to draw? (Scribbles post #4)

Lately I haven’t made web graphics challenges and joined any challenge sites. The only practice I have now is making banners for my blog and some of my friend’s blogs.

I have been expanding my skills with line art using my simple Chibi drawings, I draw and scan it then practice on Adobe Photoshop CC 2014. I now believe that practice does make “almost” perfect.

Just check it out yourself….

I also had a take on simply drawing , lettering or whatever it’s called and manual coloring using crayons and here it is:


I just edited this a little bit on Photoshop CC 2014 . I adjusted the vibrancy and the exposure. I know I need more practice. I’m trying okay? lol

Yes, the current banner on this blog is from this picture. As usual I experimented and that is the result. What do you think of my experiment? πŸ™‚

I am not a professional. I never had any drawing or lettering or any art class except the ones in my grade school years. (We actually didn’t have an Art class back in high school.) So don’t judge my juvenile strokes and ugly shadings. I am practicing and learning on my own based on what I can read on books, internet articles and some youtube video tutorials.

I made this section as a way to inspire others that it’s never too late to expand your skills and that it does not take too much if you really enjoy doing something. πŸ™‚

Always remember: Don’t give up on something you love and enjoy doing because that is what makes you who you are.





A little piece of me. (Scribbles post #3)

When I was younger I was not an “artist”. Until now I don’t believe I am good with my hands when it comes to scribbling and drawing but I do like messing around with pens, pencils, and the occasional colored pencils.

I have been very curious in creating web graphics since I was in high school. Maybe because I wanted a custom signature for all those Harry Potter Role-playing sites I joined and also for my past blog (I warn you that blog is full of teenage angst, problems and immaturity).

I started with playing around on MS Paint and then I tried my hands on GIMP because it was a free source software and it was the nearest thing to Photoshop. When I had my hands on my first Photoshop program which was Adobe Photoshop CS. I explored the internet and I was lucky to be in a school that taught us how to use the program. I also had other classmates that had better skills on Photoshop that shared tutorial sites and all resources that can be found on the inter-webs to enhance our acquired skill.

Okay now, I’ll show you some of my first graphics work.

Finishing high school did not stop me to gain more knowledge about using the program in all possible ways. On my free time, I find myself looking at forums and also joining challenge forums to help me with practicing.

Here are some of the works I did in those challenges

Forum Signatures: (click on the circles for full view)


Coloring is enhancing the colors in one picture by adjusting some elements in the picture. Click circles for full view.


Colorization is different from Coloring.

It is adding color to a black and white or monochromatic picture. Look at that teddy bear. I got that in black and white and yes I colored it just like in coloring books. so there. πŸ˜€ Click on the circles for the full view of the other graphics. πŸ˜€


Web Avatar/Icons.

Pretty Self explanatory. πŸ™‚ It’s all sets because that’s is what used to be the setup when it comes to icon challenges.

Wallpapers/Blending practice.

I wasn’t really good at making these type of graphics. Maybe because I don’t like working with big resolutions or a big canvas but here are some of my take on it. (Click to enlarge)

Using Photoshop is one of the hobbies that I really enjoy doing but was not in anyway related to my chosen career choice. I shared some of my old works to my current works hoping that it would be a way to inspire others to keep on learning and gaining knowledge in something that you love to do even if you know you suck at it, like me. XD

Ill update you once in a while when I have a new creations. :)))

Always remember: Don’t give up on something you love and enjoy doing because that is what makes you who you are.