An Interview With Skribbl Artist, Apoorva Singh
What does it mean to you to be part of Skribbl and support human-made art?
I feel really good and blessed to be part of Skribbl community, I always try to be better at my craft. We all should promote human made art to bring awareness towards good art.
Describe your illustration style in three words…
WHIMSICAL . SIMPLE . COLORFUL
How did you get started in illustration… What’s your story?
I always loved art so when covid hit I decided to explore my inner hobby, I first started doing simple fashion illustrations and sketches then I got to know about digital illustrations.
I decided to learn about it more deeply as I learnt about sketchbook pro app it made my life easy. Now I usually do digital illustrations as it gets me more clear illustrations.
How do you approach a new illustration?
I search through pinterest and instagram for inspiration to get new themes. When I get a commission I discuss ideas of reference with the client to give them best of my work.
What inspires you to create?
I get inspired by my surroundings and interests to create art which I love. I sometimes get bored but when I something hit my head I write it on my notepad then search through web for new ideas.
Give us a tip for generating creative ideas?
I always search through Pinterest but first I see through my environment for better inspo.
Tell us about your favourite illustration, or Skribbl topic to illustrate and why?
My fav skribbl topic to sketch was when I sketched my japan travel illustrations, it was fun to sketch.
What’s the best piece of advice you can give to a budding illustrator, or someone just getting started?
Everybody struggle in the beginning but never lose faith just try everyday to be better at your craft. I just strive to get better at my art sometimes you get low but just find new inspirations to get enthusiastic to sketch.
What does your workspace or studio say about you?
My workspace is not yet developed much but I am trying to build it. I have decided to create calm and vibrant look for my workspace.
Right now I sit in my bedroom with my bed-table by the window to get some light. I like well-lit room for better focus and good pictures.
Who is your favourite artist or an artist who inspires you?
I have many favs but I follow many indian illustrators on gram, I also follow some new digital illustrators for inspo.
Draw yourself… Can be a doodle, abstract, whatever you want!
Apoorva on Skribbl
‘Autumn Season’ – As the fall is here, these illustrations are created to make people feel the fall season always. Use them to express the warm and cozy season through any project.
‘Abstract Plants’ – A simple, abstract set of plant illustrations using basic form and structure.
‘Japan’ – A few, simple, Japanese-inspired illustrations of food and buildings.
‘Cozy Winters’ – A simple, warming set of illustrations depicting some things that make a cozy winter!
‘Halloween’ – In this pack, you will feel the sense of not-so-far spooky season. Use these illustrations to light up that halloweeny zing in your projects.
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