I put together a new vlog showing you how I work on personal illustrations. I don't think it gets any easier to talk in front of the camera but I do my best because I enjoy talking about my work and sharing my experiences trying out new media and growing as an illustrator overall. Just click below to watch the video and let me know what you think :)
The materials I used for my watercolour painting are:
Kuretake watercolour set X 24
Hot pressed watercolour sketchbook
Daler Rowney brushes
Hey guys, it's been a while since I last wrote here. Last weekend I was in Seoul and got to buy lots of cute stationery items from my favourite shop there - Artbox - . As a stationery lover I'm very pleased with all the cute stuff I found that I haven't seen anywhere else. I hope you like the video and as always if you have suggestions for other videos, let me know in the comments :)
Here's a sketch I did while visiting Changdeokgung Palace (창덕궁) and if you're interested in seeing more pictures and reading about my favourite things to do in Seoul you can read it HEREin my travel blog :)
Last weekend I shared this illustration on my social media accounts and got quite a few nice comments - I think people interested in children's book illustrations are a rather nice bunch. I started this illustration without a clear idea of where it was going, only with a swan and a shade of blue (because I was doing this for colour collective) as the base. In those cases I just follow my gut i.e I draw flowers and leaves and then add lots of coloured textures one on top of the other until I find a colour combination that I really like.
I wish I could say that this was a quick illustration but it took me a rather long time to finish - how other illustrators do intricate designs as a warm up is beyond my understanding. If you want to catch more of my sketches and work in progress follow me on instagram, facebook and/or twitter.
It's been a while since I did a video so I though it'd be fun to put together a video showing you what I do in a week. It's a collection of small things I did during the week because I think it'd be boring to show you all the times I'm sitting at my desk drawing (which is most of the time, tbh). I hope you enjoy it!
I'm thinking about doing more videos soon but the next one will have to wait a little bit because today I'm off to the Bologna Book Fair. I'll be showing snippets of what's going on there on my Instagram.
Hurray! We're finally on the last day of the advent so tomorrow will be CHRISTMAS DAY! Thank you so much for joining me on this Christmas Advent countdown/ adventure. I hope you enjoyed as much as I did.
Here's the complete advent! Which one is your favourite?