A continuation of the yummy series. 🙂
If the previous illustration was about pizza and other “serious” food, this one is sweeter (in every way) and even a bit frivolous. I enjoyed thinking about the details and the composition so much! The drawing process was very smooth and delightful, regardless of the amount of glass objects that usually are quite complicated to draw, and the quantity of things that I had to keep in mind.
The artwork is very dynamic. Big objects are combined with small ones, particles fly all over around, and everything seems to have a special direction of movement. The mood of this drawing is light and playful, isn’t it? 🙂
Probably I should name it “Sweet Seduction.”
I think the theme of food is exceptionally important for people because it locates at the crossing of nature or conditionally ready-made objects, and culture – a creation of human beings in the course of the history. I am so fond of illustrating food now! Hopefully, this is not the last art on the topic. Yum! 😀
As usual, I have a slideshow of the process photos, so you can examine this artwork closer.
I can’t wait to have it in a scanned and edited version! Maybe I even make something colorful on the base of this artwork in the near future.
I hope you like the process and the result. 🙂 Thanks for watching!