Artwork Processed by PicsArt App

by - December 09, 2016

*Migrating the other blog.....
 (June 20, 2015 Ref: https://lesheilamarie.wordpress.com/2015/06/20/my-humble-artwork/)


I love to draw, paint, and sketch when I was a kid. When the time I learned to use a computer, I started to draw digital images. I learned Adobe Photoshop during my college days and things came easy when Mobile Smartphones invaded the market. Yey!, I downloaded some of the photo editor apps and made my imagination more capable of doing what I really wanted to do in doodling. Well, I guess I am interested in mobile doodling than doodling in my laptop. It is very convenient I say, to touch and click in my imagination.
I would like to share with you my sample fashion-ready doodles and thanks to PicsArt by the way for letting me used their primary touch character.

Nobody is bored when he is trying to make something that is beautiful, or to discover something that is true.
– William Ralph Inge

Creativity can be copied, ideas are authentic!











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