The Art of René Campbell

Artist(s) Drawing
The general art blog of René Campbell, a 20 year-old female currently residing in a little city in South Australia called Adelaide. I study Marine Biology by day, work as a bartender by night, and draw everywhere and anywhere inbetween!

I post my finished pieces of artwork and drawings, sketches, works in progress, photography and thoughts. I will also tend to reblog things that inspire me or what I enjoy. If you want to see nothing but my artwork, you can find it here or through the links below.
NOTE: I do not take commissions at this time and most certainly do not take art requests. Thankyou.

Does anyone know how to report images on Redbubble? Someone is trying to make money from my 'Fabric of Life' but I don't have an account.

It seems like their whole portfolio is stolen artwork :(

#123 ScytherFull viewTumblr | DA | Facebook
Yay! Now all I have to do are the wings *sigh*

Would anyone be interested if I started a Live Stream account?

Anonymous said: 9:Favorite thing to draw? 10:Least favorite thing to draw?

Someone on Reddit wanted to know how Tri-Jaw’s jaws closed, so I drew a quick side-view diagram.

Even though I designed this creature over three years ago, frontal view is still really hard to depict.

Edit: Dual-Jaw or Split-Jaw would be its correct name. Doesn’t sound as cool though!

Wooh not far off being done!
More lecture doodling. I shall call it ‘Tri-Jaw.’ 

Loosely inspired by one of my favourite childhood movies, Tremors! Check it out if you haven’t yet!
Slowly progressing. I think I need to fix that leg.

So…after nearly two months, The Lego Movie is finally hitting cinemas in Oz. I AM EXCITED AND I HOPE OTHERS ARE TOO!

I think I like the unfinished look of this (and also added some sepia to drown out the black and white monotony).Back to drawing!

(Source: fuckyeah-sweden, via wanlingnic)

Today my Mum (who lives interstate) got a tattoo. She showed the tattooists my artwork and they were apparently blown away. One got in contact with me and said the following: “Hi your mum got a tattoo at our shop today and we are all amazed by your work and if you ever wanted to tattoo for a living we would kill to have you. But marine biology is pretty cool!”

I guess it’s always reassuring to know that I am rather lucky when it comes to work and it’s nice knowing people want to pay me for art and such. Sometimes I do wish I had clones of myself to do all these different things though, it really is one or the other. And I am devoted to my choice.

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(by Stefan Gerzoskovitz)