Last Etsy shop update is all about the little nudibranch I painted in digital watercolour a while ago. You’ll find the fine art prints by clicking this link, which will take you to my Etsy store. Enjoy!
Here’s the story behind the artwork:
I didn’t quite know what to paint, so I asked my Instagram followers for suggestions. One of them suggested this strange sea creature, which I’d never heard of before. I was intrigued and went for it. At times I didn’t quite know what I was painting… But I liked the challenge.
I hope you’ll have a nice weekend, and I’ll see you in the next post. Cheers!
I just updated my Etsy shop with another product: The Hamster, pencil drawing. I like drawing animals like this. Fur is an interesting topic, quite challenging to draw but at the same time highly rewarding if you manage to place the highlights and shadows right.
As you can see, I’m offering this print in both vertical and horizontal orientation. Quite convenient, if I may say so myself. Which one would you choose?
Now it’s finally finished, signed and uploaded to Etsy – my lovely little honeybee drawing. I really enjoyed drawing this fellow: especially the rich blacks on the legs and the eye. For this piece I used an HB mechanical pencil, a blending stump and an eraser. It took me just above five hours to complete.
If you like this drawing, you should check it out on Etsy where A5 prints in high quality are available for purchase. Shipping is free, as with all of my art prints.
Have a lovely week: I’ll see you in the next post. Cheers!
Now, the Rosehip giclée prints have been added to my pretty little Etsy store. This limited edition features only ten copies, so they’re really quite special. The artwork is printed in high quality on fine art paper (230 gsm) and shipping is included. Follow this link should you be interested in checking them out, or reading more about the prints.
This artwork was quite challenging to make since it had been a long time since I last painted with watercolours, but I enjoyed it very much. I especially found drawing and painting the dress quite fun. There’s actually a painting video on Youtube taking you through the entire process of creating this particular piece which I encourage you to watch if you liked this painting.
Well, that’s it for now. I’ll see you in the next post!
I have received the Rosehip A4 giclée prints! I ordered them from Illux, and I am very satisfied with how they look. They’ll be available for purchase very soon! Head on over to my Instagram to check the prints out…