leffiesart

leffiesart

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Leffie. German/Portuguese. Design student. Freetime illustrator and animator. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/leffiesart. Commissions are open too!

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leffiesart·a day agoPhoto

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As Long as He’s Safe~

It’s been way too long since I’ve drawn httyd stuff. Listened to the soundtracks today and felt inspired again ^^

Want to support my work? Check the “Patreon” link on my blog!

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leffiesart·2 days agoText

leffie-reblogs:

Hey guys, now comes this question again…for the third time :’D Was I featured somewhere? I never get e-mails from tumblr but I assume I was.

Other than that, how’re you all doing? :)

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leffiesart·16 days agoText

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Hey, uh, so LOOK AT THESES CUTIES by @leffiesart!!! We couldn’t help but internally squeal when we saw this piece, they are absolutely adorable.

Also, tomorrow we will be revealing the print by @dorodraws that is included with any package that includes a physical copy of our zine. Trust us, you’re going to love it.

You can still order HERE.

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leffiesart·3 months agoAnswer
Hello lovely 💙 I’m happy to find another Portuguese artist! I was hoping to ask about creating azulejos, what do you do to the tiles before painting on them? What kind of paint do you use? What do you do to the tiles after you painted on them? Your ones turned out quite lovely, so I hoped to ask:—) thank you! 💙

Hi! Yay Portuguese people! c:

I painted on my tiles in a really lovely small shop called “Azulejos de Azeitão”. They prepare the tiles for you and provide the inks (and once you’re done they “bake”/finish the tiles for you). I remember using a sort of colored powder in water to draw with by using brushes. They are happy to let you be in their workshop for a while as you paint on them. I do recommend them they are always really friendly and everything is hand-made! c:

Unfortunately I don’t know any more details about the process as they prepared everything for me ^^’ I think they turn their oven on once or twice a week and would put your art next to the other tiles, then you can pick it up. I hope this helps <3

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