A map commission I made for a lovely customer last week. He wanted me to draw him a map for Castle Rocks (where some of Stephen King’s books take place). I had a lot of fun drawing it & if you know someone who’d like a custom made map – write me an email, I’d love to draw one for you.
Here’s how the commission process would look like:
Here are the first seven tarot cards that I’m making for inktober. The theme I chose is: Weird & Wonderful. The cards are all about strange people and lovely creatures which may seem scary at first but really aren’t that much different from you and I.
Here’s the list for all the cards:
The Fool: Freedom, Fearlessness
The Magician: Skill, Transformation
The High Priestess: Juggling, Multitasking
The Empress: Fertility, Responsibility to nature
The Lovers: Love, Beauty, Union
The Chariot: A Triumph, A Breakthrough, An inventive solution
Hello friend, long time no blog post. A lot of art happened in between, so I thought – why not collect most of it here. This post is filled with: Autumn art, a lot of witches, a pattern in different colours, two printables you can download on my patreon and a hogwarts student card. Scroll down & enjoy.
And I also drew a new banner for this website!
I hope that you are doing well, I’m very glad that you found your way to this page 🙂
Find out how I plan an illustration from start to finish. First I decide what I want to draw and look up inspiration in the big wide web. Then I figure out the shapes and where I want to put things. Then I write a list of things I want to have in the picture, a garden gnome, a painter, pots, pans, toaster, marmalade, a pig lamp, amelie, photos … After that I look up references for those things (here all from the film ‘Amélie’). Then comes the messy line art and when I’m pleased with the outcome, I go over it with cleaner lines. Last but not least I colour it in 🙂
I currently have this thing with some of my friends, where a word is posted everyday and everyone in the group has to draw something regarding that word until the next day. Here are some of the things I drew. Most of them are a bit strange but it’s a very good thing to practice new stuff – and to have to draw something everyday.
In this blogpost you can find one of my recent projects in university. I had a course this semester where we made some book covers. I plan on making some more over my summer break because I had a lot of fun drawing those.
The first week of May I joined a drawing challenge. I had a lot of fun with it, trying out a new style I recently adapted & met a lot of cool illustrators. Check out the #bonvoyageweek2019 hashtag on Instagram to find all the other beautiful illustrations!
This was the prompt list: 1 Souvenir 2 Adventure 3 Map 4 Coast 5 Museum 6 Lost 7 City