More description about the book you can find also here.
Have a lovely day!
I self-published another book!
For all those capybara fans out there, I put several of my capybaras together and made a colouring book!
The book has 18 unique capybara ink illustrations that you can colour in. Put some funny mustaches on the capybaras and add creative backgrounds.
You’ll also find some fun facts about these adorable rodents throughout the book. So it is not only fun images but also a little bit educational and entertaining.
More details about the book you can find here.
Or go straight to Amazon and order it. The perfect present for young and old.
Still learning how to use my new Caran d´ache coloured pencils. I have a vision in my mind but so far I have not been able to reproduce it on paper yet.
Practice makes perfect, so I will keep on drawing and see what comes out of it eventually.
This is what happens when you want to use all your new coloured pencils at once. A coloured mess.
Oh well. At least I tried them all out. I will try again. But I am also on the way to buy a few more coloured pencils. Just in love with them!
Watercolour and pencils. Bought beautiful Caran d’ache Luminance pencils and their colours are simply amazing.
Now I just need to learn of how to use them properly.
A random camel as a quick drawing practice of the day… It seems like I am developing a style…
And I finally updated and did my portfolio anew. Take a look!
Just putting out more pug illustrations from our Nobbi & Kobbi – Best Friends book.
Pugs are fun and silly looking sometimes. That’s at least my opinion.
If you and your kids like pugs, then this children’s book may be for you. My first attempt at illustrating a children’s story.
Another somewhat lazy quick sketch.
I think I am quite good with my flexibility but not anywhere near this lady with her monkey.
Don´t ask me what the monkey is doing there, he just happened to show up.
Still practicing and experimenting with the pose of the day. I am not able to get my leg that high up though.
Another quick sketch inspired by Pinterest.
I am currently enrolled in a book cover design class. Looking at a topic and theme from different angles can often be eye opening, and also inspirational.
Kobbi the pug is waiting for summer. So am I.
I am certainly ready to go to the pool, if it just wasn´t so windy today…
More silly pug drawings you find in my first illustrated children’s story written by my Icelandic friend Norbert. The story is now also available in Icelandic for any language enthusiasts out there.
Yes, I do like the perspective of the big noses.
Be like a duck. Remain calm on the surface and paddle like hell underneath.– Michael Caine
I think I’ve finally developed quite a good routine with my daily drawing practice. This time without ink.
Time to mix things up a bit.
Have a great weekend everyone!
I am torn regarding French Bulldogs. I find them somewhat ridiculous, but also extremely adorable….
Opinions? They are certainly fun to draw!
The best thing about having a dog is, that you are forced to go out in any wind and weather. Sometimes it’s tough but almost always rewarding.
Hello there! What has this little one spotted?
I do like to draw these different perspectives. Really helps me to study people in a fun way. Another Pinterest inspired “quick” sketch.