Looking back at 2016: Inktober

Inktober, founded by Illustrator, Jake Parker, is so far one of the most exciting challenges that I have come across. The drawing challenge which restricts participants only having to use the pen & ink medium requires a lot of discipline and concentration. For 31 days in the month of October, everyone has to draw images... Continue Reading →

Looking Back at 2016: Maeza Magazine

     It was sheer luck when I stumbled across a small ad in Facebook "Call for Artist" on illustrating Bears posted by Jelena Jordanovic-Lewis sometime around March. Jelena & her partner Mark run a nonprofit online magazine titled, Maeza ( Teach yourself to Art) in Denmark, where they would invite artists & illustrators in contributing illustrations... Continue Reading →

Looking Back at 2016: #the100daychallenge

The #the100daychallenge organized by @elleluna from Instagram, started out early this year in March. I told myself what better way to do some daily (or when I can) illustration practices over the next "100" days and have them posted out on Instagram. I set up a theme titled #100lettertypeflorafauna. It was (and still is) not... Continue Reading →

   It has been quite an adventurous year for me, even when I have yet to update my blog since Easter (😗 Oops*). Just to give you some ideas of what have happened during this time and how my illustrations have taken me on various paths: Maeza Magazine 30-Day Portfolio Challenge Frankfurt Book Fair 2016... Continue Reading →

Back alley with Geraniums

I recently had some free time on my hands and decided to practice a bit of oil painting. Working from a photo, the motive I used is a typical Bavarian architecture with trailing ivy geranium in window flower boxes.

A WordPress.com Website.

Up ↑