Anonymous asked: Have you ever drawn a slow loris?
No, I have not. But they look amazing and I am especially smitten with this guy I found with the google image search:
Thanks for the tip!
…old and new!
First, thanks for following! Depending on if you like hugs or are not that into intimacy, feel yourself hugged or high-fived.
Second, I am currently in some kind of art rut with my illustrations. I have tons of ideas for dolls but not for drawings, which sucks big time. And doodling, which usually helps, isn’t working this time. If you have ideas or tips that could help me, tell them now!
And third, … I love you guys… ^^
Packed up my dolls for an adventure. They are part of a custom toy show that takes place on friday, together with this fuzzy little custom Raffi. I am really excited because the other artists are all so nice and their work is so cool.
Forgot to share these sketches from the hospital. Playing around with some ideas for a small tarot set for my fox doll. Not sure if I can get it done in time, since I caught a cold (guess it was the old coughing woman in the hospital bed next to me :/) and it feels like my head is exploding. This May really sucked big time…
..but I was in the hospital for the last six days. Usually I try to post something, because I try to be creative and there is enough to do anyway, but it was something serious and I was not able to do stuff, not because I did not want to.
Thanks for sticking with me anyway, all the nice followers who did not leave :)
I hope to be back to normal soon, back to working.
Today I received Darlas part of our art trade. It was way faster than I thought, and our mailman didn’t even bend it, even though he usually does it with all my parcels.
Darla decided to paint unicorns (I love unicorns!) and I love the painting! Look at them, being totally cute and playful! I need to find a space on my wall for those two cuties, so I can watch them all day long. There were some extras in the parcel as well, and I love everything. It feels like it’s already my birthday!
Now you can visit her blog, mrskittyface, to have a look at more of her work and the painting I drew for her.