Illustration; Series with Donut EyeBalls

The Birth of Donut EyeBalls

They come in threes and like most Takopachi (Fried Dough Balls), they have a 
stick stuck in them. 

They were born just like any of my other stippling illustrations.

I am pretty much fascinated with how “Eyes” can perfect or ruin a graphical work
as easily as you can imagine. And that is how everything started.

And well, the truth about my addiction to Stippling/Pointillism is pretty much 
ridiculous. They were actually meant to be a “Time-Spender” during those long 
rides. 

Staring at the paper and recalling the term “Takopachi” from the recent catchup 
with friends, I begin working with simple circles with mind references of those 
past doodles done a couple of years ago. With that, I made some simple 
modifications and D.E.B. was created.

The impact of these three small little creatures alone are not comparable to the 
recent few illustrations made and thus, I decided to work on a series. Though 
they are still nameless at the moment, I will work on their formal introduction 
soon.

Illustration; Series with Donut EyeBallss

Formal Introduction

First and foremost, they come in threes.
Visually, they varies in size but that does not determine their seniority.
The Junior is on the left while the Senior (First Illustrated), stood on the far 
right. Their names are Juki, Doki & Maki respectively (From the illustration 
below).
Welcome to the Donut EyeBalls imaginary world!

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Circus Play

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See . Hear . Speak no evil

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Skewered Kebab

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Porcupine Spikes

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Ice Cream Cone

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Tortoise Prank

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Spheres & Cylinders

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Donut Loop

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