Let Your Feelings Show.
Artline asked festival goers at Groovin The Moo 2016 in Maitland, to express themselves through art and creativity, using the new Artline Supreme range.
Artline Supreme partnered with Mountain Sounds Festival, asking revellers to Let Their Feelings Show
I created this drawing in an attempt to find something humorous in the Lance Armstrong fiasco and all the drama that surrounded it.
Acrylic Paint and Ink Marker – “Jack O’Neill” by Lachie Hinton.
“A friend told me that my work is a balance between chaos and order, but I think it always ends up more on the chaotic side.
Artist: Mike Watt.
This is my idea of how humans will evolve. It feels like we are becoming so entwined with technology that I thought it could be interesting to have the technology as part of our bodies.
Fire Fighters – Line Drawing by Mike Watt
I wanted to think of something a bit more fun than firefighters having a water fight with a hose so I gave them water pistols instead.
by Mike Watt
I had a very general idea about the doodle being a landscape that changes, I wanted to keep it very loose and abstract. It was great to just zone out with the Artline pens and draw all night.
I combined strange characters with patterns and a very loose background, drawing straight onto the page with the Artline pens without penciling first to keep the spontaneity.
“When I thought of a monkey flying the main thing was that he would be having fun, he’s doing it Superman style but he has a little smile on his face, like he’s trying to be serious but he’s loving being up there.
By Mike Watt
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Tutorial by Chris Whal.
Detailed fineliner image by Torva Finch
Detailed illustration of Shocktrooper by Skipper Lee
Detailed lining by Samm Starrs – face/body painting expert
Line Drawing Illustration by Mahinaz Soliman.
Line Drawing Doodle by Linda Bell.
Line Drawing by Leah Fitz
Detailed drawing of a Koi fish by Conny Hardman
Painting with detailed linings with Artline fineline pens by Clarice Shen Izon
My name is Elaine Tooth. I was born in 1968 in England, to Irish parents. I have been living in Brisbane, Australia since I was 4 years old.
I started drawing when I was about 10 years old and I was always getting in trouble at school for drawing pictures in my schoolbooks instead of doing my work.