Have a great weekend everyone!
Full blown snow storm raging outside. So its nice to be inside all warm and cozy, dreaming of imaginary worlds.
This nature capybara is also part of my latest Capybaras & Friends Colouring Book.
The mood right after the holidays – after eating way too much and too much socializing, but it was totally worth it.
This sleepy capybara is also part of my latest Capybaras & Friends Colouring Book.
Capybaras are excellent swimmers and some species like to use them as a free taxi service too.
Illustration from my latest Capybaras and Friends Colouring Book.
My latest Capybara Colouring book is online!
If you are looking for a last minute Christmas present, you can get it here.
A colouring book for young and old with 15 unique and fun drawings, featuring capybaras and their friends.
Throughout the book you will also learn more about these adorable rodents, as each image is accompanied by fun facts.
Colour them in and bring them to life!
The drawings are one sided full page images in order to avoid bleed through of other images. Take out the page after you are done and frame the image. I would love to see your finished pages!
I seems like I will be able two more of my open projects just in time for Christmas!
# 1 is a short story about Mr Fox. I am just in the last review stage.
# 2 is another Capybara colouring book! Yes! I am still in love with these poker face rodents and have so much fun drawing them. That’s why I put together another colouring book (as I am still working on my writing skills) with 15 brand new drawings! The drawings are of course again accompanied by old and new fun facts about capybaras. (Here is the first book if you haven’t heard about it yet.)
So if you are still missing a last minute Christmas present or cannot get enough of Capybaras (just like me), then this may be for you.
Here is a sneak peek. It will be available online by the end of the week.
Getting up and doing things can sometimes be so hard. Especially if time is ticking.
Perfect picture for a Monday I would say.
Like with other rodents, capybaras’ front teeth never stop growing. Their incisors are strong and chisel-like, making them highly effective at cutting through grass.
In order to keep their teeth to a reasonable length, they get worn down from all the eating they do.
This little capybara and many other fun facts you find in my colouring book.
When I was a kid I used to love to eat lemon slices dipped in sugar. Thinking about it, even nowadays, lemons are an essential part in my kitchen. Sometime instead of tea I just drink hot lemon, and lemon is part of many dishes I cook. Pasta with salmon – lemon – cream sauce is one of my favourites.
The capybara went for a more direct approach.
I was not a fan of lemon cookies until I tried home-made ones. So good especially when still soft and warm.
One, two, … many tequilas. Capybara needs a power nap.
Who hasn´t been there?
Merry Christmas and happy holidays everyone!
Monday and beautiful sunny weather! Time to get cleaned up to start the week! What do you say?
When life gives you lemons…
A capybara – biggest rodent in the world – taking a swim. These impressive semi-aquatic mammals are found throughout much of northern and central South America.