A stray boy Mahr with an overgrown stray pup he came across. Both have been through a little rough time, but sadly it’s not about to get any easier for them.
For the very supportive and sweet bluealaris, who always has the energy to listen to my stress related ramblings. <3
Three witches, because…well…I like to draw witches `v`
i don´t have enough time for drawing…but i really wanted to try some diffrent colouring.
…..so here´s little mermaid who didn´t save prince and prince who died and now´s seafoam :3
: I love your art it's gorgeous!! What brand of paint do you use?
Thank you so much! <3
Currently I use Van Gogh Pocket Box Original watercolors and Daler-Rowney FW Acrylic Artists Inks. The latter are harder to control, but the colors are very intense and often give the paintings a nice little extra kick.
I also use thicker watercolors (cakes instead of tube colors), but they have no labels on them to tell what brand they might be. I found them in an art supply store in Helsinki.
Little practice painting for the very sweet and talented Pettry, featuring one of her many fancy knights! <3
I’ve been trying to test a little different color palettes and making this late b-day card for her was a very good excuse to get back to coloring.
Happy birthday Tir-ri! Hope it’s been a good one! <3
Tir-ri’s characters Tricia and her dragon, because it would have been a shame to break a tradition. :)
I just passed this cutest little animation by at first and thought how adorable it was, those characters look so much like—— Ohhhh ghfgjdjg, they are mine! Thank you so much, pettry! You made them so adorable, I love it! ;v;
The blood eyed prince, soon to be the king, with his pack of fuzzy ladies. Warm furs are warm when you live in the North. :>
Some step by step photos of the painting progress. Watercolors, masking fluid and white gouache.
Watercolor, Ink, colour pencil
Drew last year for Ethereal charity artbook for RedKite - a foundation that works closely with children living with cancer, helping families financially in these tough times. To support the artbook you can purchase a copy at http://etherealartbook.storenvy.com/