Your landscapes are amazing and I would definitely buy them if you sold them online or something. They’re all really beautiful (amazing colours) but I particularly like the Dutch ones because I lived there for a while and they really capture the colour and feel really well. I wish I could them as prints!
Hellow! It is now possible to buy one of them as A5 print here : https://lilblueorchid.storenvy.com
It’s my first time running a store so right now it’s mostly a test, but I might print out more dutch painting if it goes well! ;)
I’m sorry for the late reply but since I knew I was going to make a shop I decided to wait until it was done!
Salut ! J'aime énormément ce que tu fais et je me demandais si tu avais un site pour acheter des prints/t-shirts etc? J'adorerai avoir un de tes dessins (+te soutenir financièrement) 😊
Hello! Je viens d’ouvrir un petit magasin ici pour vendre des prints A5 : https://lilblueorchid.storenvy.com
Merci pour tes gentils mots et désolée de la réponse très tardive! Je savais que j’allais ouvrir un magasin donc je voulais attendre de l’avoir fait. Bonne journée à toi!
do you think gobelins will ever have an english bachelor degree? i really would have liked going there but i don't know french :(
The animation course changed this year and I think they have an international class right from the start now. Unfortunately I don’t know much, I’m studying in the old version of the course rn. You should take a look on the School’s website it should have more info that I can give you.
What do you use to draw all these art works?
My most used medias are Digital (Photoshop CC) and Gouache!
I absolutely love your artwork!! It's gorgeous in any medium. Is there anywhere in particular you usually go to find reference pictures for your studies, or places you store them that you'd be willing to share?
Thank you so much! I most of the time find them on Pinterest to be honest, and when I can I try to find the source photographer to credit them as well. Unfortunately some photo are being reposted so widely that it’s making it hard!
I’d say any place is good to find your photos, but Pinterest is easier as it has a huge bank of pictures. Just try to find back the photographer if you do a study, I think it’s always nice to mention them. :)