Trying out some soft pastel pens....and I like it!
"ME WITH A TO-DO-LIST" & "ME WITHOUT A TO-DO-LIST"
"I AM BIGGER THAN MY EXPECTATIONS"
Embroidered fantasies in my sketchbook...
Autumn in my sketchbook...
Bluebells with silver leafs...
"There are always flowers for those who wants to see them" - Henri Matisse
In my sketchbook I can draw stuff that I never actually would do, like picking up a cockroach...
Pink tigers in my sketchbook. Hello ladies!
More flowers and three little birds....
Bootcamp-sketches for the June assignemnt
Bootcamp mini sketches.
"BAT HAT" part of #the100dayproject.
More Bootcamp sketches! This month "mini-assignment" is all about roses!
I have decided to take part in #the100dayproject. My theme will be to draw characters with hats for 100 days. My hashtag will be #100_days_of_drawing_hatters. I am very excited about this!
"Mr Badger" - #the100dayproject, #100_days_of_drawing_hatters.
"Easter Bunny" - #the100dayproject, #100_days_of_drawing_hatters.
Bootcamp sketches! I am taking the Bootcamp course by Lilla Rogers and the first assignment is to create an abstract pattern for a Back- pack, so fun!
Inspired by International women's day and made a pattern out of some of my sketches!
Hat ladies in my sketchbook! I will definitely be making a summer pattern out of these beauties!
Houses, boats, stones and trees in my sketchbook....
For these characters, I use felt pens, (Stabilo). It is a fun technique. First, I use the pen to draw up the character, then I use a brush with clean water on it to get the watercolor effect. My son sits next to me and we work side by side, I love to draw with my children.
"HOME DECOR - PLATES"
For this assignment I did a lot of sketches, only three made it to the final collection. Although it´s hard to not include all of your hard work into the collection, I love the editing part. I really enjoyed working inside circles,
whenever I have more time I am going to make this in to a pattern as well!
Here are some of my sketches, see the whole collection here : ILLUSTRATION
"PASTA AND PYREX"
My sketchbook has a new theme which was given to me by an online course that I am currently taking. (Mats A/Make art that sells) The first assignment was to get inspiration from "Pasta and Pyrex". Next step was to make it into a pattern appropriate for kitchen.
Here are some of my sketches, as you can see, some made it to the pattern, some didn't. The final pattern you can see here: ILLUSTRATION
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