An Update on Chaos


So I started to add some color and I experimented with a colored pencil blending pen (much different than the regular blending colored pencils). It does a decent job at blending the pigment together but it is watery and causes some areas to look blotchy. I do not think that I will be using this kind of blender again but it was fun to try out.

As for the piece itself, it is not exactly turning out the way that I imagined, but at the same time it was mostly just a study of balance and color. I’m still trying to decided where to add more color and where to throw in some glitter. If anyone has any suggestions let me know!



  1. I really like the composition (but am not as much a fan of the cute and the kitsch (but that is just me in general)).
    Colours and sprinkles could maybe be used to enhance the perspective and to make the picture more complex and surreal.
    Personally, I think you should go towards the sublime, kind of beautiful and disgusting at the same time. Or using more “realistically” drawn object and then letting the composition itself warp them into surrealistic.
    I really like your drawings! Keep up the good job!

    1. Thanks! I appreciate the feedback πŸ™‚ Yeah I usually do more realistic imagery with a monotone color scheme. It’s weird that something simple and colorful is so hard for me!

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