Have a great weekend everyone!
I made a last one of these Art vs Artists collages. Also more for me as I enjoyed taking a look at my work from last year.
Below are my first proper attempts of watercolour illustrations. I still feel like I have a long way to go. But practice makes you maybe not perfect, but better bit by bit.
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.
Just like life, a lot is going on below and above sea level.
This is another seen from my latest Capybaras and 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?
Capybaras have webbed feet and it makes them excellent swimmers.
They can dive and hold their breath for five minutes at a time, and their ears fold back when they are underwater so they never have to worry about water getting stuck in their ears.
This diving 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.
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.
Kobbi the pug decided to head to the pool to chill out with his favourite yellow duck. He loves hanging out in the water. Can someone get him a drink?
Mr Fox on a deep dive sea adventure…