Portrait, landscape, or something else? That is the question!
What I like about this technique is that it combines randomness and your taste.
This is how it goes!
After ‘The Wolf’, here is the second ink painting in my ‘Coquelicot’ series, with some steps of the creation process.
I’ve created this prompt list for myself, with the goal to make a 2024 calender. Feel free to use them too, and share what you create with me by email or on Instagram :)
Have you been waiting eagerly to set your eyes on the ink paintings I’ve teased a few weeks ago? Here is the first one! The second will soon follow :) For now, enjoy some steps of the creation process of ‘The Wolf’!
How will it turn out? Read on to find out!
I did the initial drawing (digitally, although it looks like colour pencil ;)) while working on my illustrated adaptation of ‘The Little Prince’. In order to advertise the upcoming book at French convention Japan Expo, I handed out this flyer at my stand (the image displays front and back side by side): I was very […]
This piece expands on another girl in a tree I painted beginning of last June for #kidlitartpostcard, a hashtag / initiative started by author and illustrator Gina Perry. In the USA it is/was usual for illustrators to regularly send postcards to publishers to advertise their work – this is the digital, online version :) I […]
I’m quite happy that I could submit 2 pieces :) Yes, I planned on 3, but I would have been content with one ;) And working on the first one, it looked like there would be no time for more. But I managed the second one within one day, from searching for inspiration to planning […]
I’m planning on taking part in Gallery Nucleus’ classic open submission show, ‘Power in Numbers’, again this year (my piece from 2021 is still available, by the way ;)). As I’ve been thinking about (and thumbnailing a bit) remotely folk-tale-inspired pieces with animals (and humans, probably women) for a 2024 calendar, I thought I could […]