This month’s portfolio update only contains one illustration: the Skyscrapers. But that doesn’t mean that Mystiq Arts is slowing down! As a matter of fact, there are quite a few exciting projects brewing. Stuff’s going on behind the curtains, so to speak… and I can’t wait to share them with you this September.
I hope you’ve had a great month, everybody! Now let’s look forward to this autumn season.
This month, I’ve added two more artworks to my portfolio: The Fox and The Hamster. I’ve found myself in a bit of an “animal phase” and so I’ve really enjoyed creating content like this. I wonder what the future brings… but I’m pretty sure the next update will include a botanical pattern and hopefully much more. Stay tuned!
During May, I’ve been working on two rather big projects. One of them is a gouache painting on watercolour paper, featuring two sea turtles; the other is a pencil drawing of a honeybee. Both have now been added to my portfolio.
I’m very happy with what this month’s work resulted in. Now I’m quite curious to see what the future holds… Next update, I hope, will include a fox illustration and perhaps a pencil drawing of a cute little hamster, among some other work.
April is over and this is what I managed to finish during the month. In sum, this portfolio update consists of spring and summer feelings; light, delicate illustrations and patterns inspired by nature. (You can check out my portfolio here.)
During the month ahead, I’ll be working on a pencil illustration of a bee, a gouache painting of turtles, and lots of more fun projects. I can’t wait to show them to you!
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!