I feel like I have been hibernating the last month… Time to do a spring clean and get active again!
What´s your take on fashion?
Another attempt to use those Chameleon markers and another scene from my Capybara and Friends – Colouring book .
I wish I was somewhere with warmer climate right now. I think this is by far my favourite scene from the Capybara and Friends Colouring Book. What do you think?
It’s also the illustration I did last for it.
Another capybara image. I do like to dress up every once in a while. Have fun with your clothes and own your style.
This catwalk crew is part of my latest Capybaras & Friends Colouring Book.
There was this art vs artist posts on Instagram and I am late to the party but this was the image I put together.
It has been a though year with many downs put I have certainly learned a lot illustration wise. I still feel like I have a long way to go until I get to where I want my illustrations to be, but hey, it’s a journey.
Curious to see how my style and skills will further develop throughout the year.
What are you looking forward to?
Did you have a lavish Christmas feast? We for sure did! Still digesting it.
Christmas is the time of the year where you eat way too much food, while in the good company of friends. At least that’s what it was and means for me.
This illustration is also part of my latest Capybaras & Friends Coloring Book.
I really like sketching these wild dogs. I am also experimenting with different outlines and pencils. So far I like the result. Only the paper quality was not the best. Will change that for the next drawing.
A friend gave me the book Solo the Story of an African Wild Dog by Hugo Van Lawick.
I knew nothing about wild dogs beforehand. Absolutely loved the story which is a description of a pack of wild dogs and in particular the story of Solo, one of the cubs.
I only learned that the story of Solo is somewhat famous after reading the book. I certainly had fun sketching this little dog.
After I felt like I was doing so well with my posting habits throughout October I fell into somewhat of a slump the last week. I have been focusing on drawing and several online are courses that I am taking at the moment instead.
I finished all of the Inktober prompts, however, I am not really happy how the last 3 turned out as I rushed them, so I haven’t posted them yet.
Here are all the other ones that I am quite happy with. I ended up with 33 drawings even with the last 3 missing as I did more than one drawing on some of the days.
Do you have a favourite?
Always be prepared for anything…
Clearly inspired by The Peanuts. I thought Mr Fox and Mr Mouse might like this as a napping spot.
I am still fully on track with my Inktober schedule this time. Only late in uploading the images. How is your Inktober going?
This image clearly reflects today´s lazy Sunday mood.
Seems like the mushrooms have become reoccurring characters…
When even the dogs are sweating. Let’s call it teamwork….
Have a great weekend everyone!
Art supply shops are like candy shops. You go in to buy the one thing you want and walk out with a bag of goodies instead. I treated myself to a fountain pen and new nibs for drawing. Plus a ton of different papers and pencils.
First fountain pen trial.
Another Caran D’ache practice. I feel like I am not there yet, to the image I have in my head, but I think it is definitely an improvement from the last drawing. What do you think?
Have a great week!
I started work on two new books. One will be my own, with the main character being the one and only, little Mr Fox. The other one is still in the planing stage. But I am excited nevertheless.
Seems for a fun warm up sketch I have settled for another fun French Bulldog once again. Also good to practice my pencil drawing skills.
So set your focus and don´t loose it.
Sun is shining, the weather is sweet. No more cats and dogs, nevertheless I drew a dog.
Let´s say he is sunbathing and enjoying the warmth.
Should I draw a cat tomorrow?