This week I focused on drawing different patterns and textures to use in my kawaii drawings. 🙂

The patterns and textures below can be used to fill gaps in doodles, decorate kawaii characters, and add kawaii accessories. Hello polka dots!

This post documents Week 9 of the 6-month kawaii drawings challenge I gave myself.

CLICK HERE to Pin This Tutorial

How to draw kawaii textures

CLICK HERE to Pin This Tutorial

There are so many different patterns and textures all around us. Now that I know how useful they are, I am seeing them all the time in my house and outside. For example, the skin of a pineapple has a nice rhomb texture. And the way the water surfaces changes makes a beautiful organic pattern.

Now when I see a pattern or texture I like, I sketch it in my drawing book. Or at least take a picture with my phone, so I can refer to it later. 🙂

Materials Used This Week

Full disclosure: I personally own and use all of these materials. If you buy anything using my links, Amazon will pay me a small commission (no cost to you - thank you for your support). But if you prefer to shop elsewhere, no problem!

Drawing References

Drawing Time Diary

Monday, Jan 9: no drawing
Tuesday, Jan 10: one session, 1 hr 45 mins
Wednesday, Jan 11: two sessions, 1 hr, 30 mins
Thursday, Jan 12: one session, 1 hr
Friday, Jan 13: two sessions, 1 hr, 30 mins
Saturday, Jan 14: one session, 30 mins
Sunday, Jan 15: no drawing

Total drawing time: 6 hr 15 mins

Read all about my 6-month masterplan and track my drawing progress week by week.

0 0 vote
Article Rating