Art by Elizabeth Jones Babcock (1916) from LITTLE FOLKS IN BUSYLAND.
2 portraits of my dnd character Pimpernell for an ongoing campaign with friends. This one is a chaotic and confused underdark cleric and i love him.
Illustration from Queen Summer, or The Tourney of the Lily and the Rose by Walter Crane (1891)
This week, Romina shows us some of her character illustrations in “Colorful Characters”
Character design is the reason I chose to major in illustration. Since I could grasp a pencil, I have always drawn characters. People that I have encounter on a daily basis, or strangers I’ve seen only once, would inspire me to draw characters of different forms and personalities. Over the years I have managed to catalog my progress through artist sketchbooks, and even as I am starting to draw…
Velveteen Rabbit Wall Art, Velveteen Rabbit Art Pints, Story Book Page, Children Nursery Art, Childr
You don’t have to spend hours on something to feel like it’s worthwhile.
You have a hard time remembering this, especially when it comes to art. You say “what can I get done in fifteen minutes? Half an hour? An hour?” And instead of starting something you watch TV instead. However, even one minute of making something is better than time spent consuming. Put things out there and slowly they will grow.
Harold Gaze 1885-1962 A New Zealander illustrator.
He studied art in London, moved to Australia during WWI and finally settled in Pasadena, California in 1927, where he lived for over 30 years. Known as “The Bubble Man” for his meticulously rendered watercolor bubbles that appear in many of his fantasy paintings.
This is an illustration I did last year for this book: The circle that didn’t want to be round by Andre Cristelli. I caught a big love of doing sunsets from working on this book.
Love joyride. 💗🐘💜
hi hello how are you doing today I bring a week old piece where I had attempted something to look like the children’s book art styles I see a lot
What I think the Hogwarts uniform for witches in training would have looked like in the 1850s
It’s me watching the new special episode of Doctor Who after hard (hard) times…
The Twin Princesses, from The Lily of Life by Helen Stratton (1913)
I love this strawberry cup❤️