Heya! I’m Rosine, the artist behind @mynameisrosine
My prompt is a favourite musical instrument which I had to think about a little. See, I’m a flower girl, I mainly draw flowers in black and white but for Inktober I had incorporated several objects in my daily drawings, so I thought to do the same here!
I went with a cello because I’ve had a longtime fascination of the medium to deep tones it can produce, just listen to Bach Cello Suite No.1: Prelude!
I’ve always drawn a bit here and there and had arts and design in high school. I’d be drawing whatever I felt like and with whatever was interesting to me! In 2018, I challenged myself to draw flowers daily for the entirety of July and since then, I’ve mainly been drawing floral pieces!
I’ve always used pigmentliners but have recently acquired an iPad with Procreate! It is ridiculously fun to play with and I love using it to compliment my traditional work, which I’ve done with this piece :)
Fun fact about me is that I’ve played the silver transverse flute for six years in my teens! Back then, I wanted to learn the violin or cello but my dad wisely choose the flute for me because I had trouble focusing, so a string instrument would be too challenging for me :D
A helpful tip: To deepen your illustrations, you have to variate your lines! Whenever you want to show depth, for example, the curves of the petals or how the cello is in front of most of the flowers, thicken the lines against the flowers to show depth! ...
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Hey it’s that handsome guy again! @g.gilicze is taking a call in the (Budapest) Viacom building's phone room.
The murals inside was designed by our five member fellowship the 💛 @halistenstudio 💛. If we are being precise it was @krsjns & @barbibernat.illustration really. I only did this isometric drawing, @g.gilicze just made this one call and @nadibogi was working on something else.
You can see the whole project on the Studio’s site (link in bio) or Behance page.