A sketch for this week’s Wizarding Wednesday topic Quidditch Harry.
Harry’s first Quidditch game of the season in his 3rd year. (This is more like the movie then the book) :)
Your work is so gorgeous, I could cry! I'm not sure if this question has been asked but is some of your Harry Potter watercolors available as prints? Thank you for sharing your beautiful and stunning talent! :)
Thanks!!! I don’t sell them as prints but some of the originals are available. I also do commissions if you would like something specific. Let me know if you have any questions. :)
I finally finished Letter I for my ABC book
An immaculate Imp impresses an important Ifrit with indigo inchworm ice cream.
Here is my finished entry for Art Order’s Nymph Challenge.
It is a Naiad singing with some admiring Kappas.
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Here is a work in progress for Letter I. I originally intended to paint the whole book in watercolor but I wanted to do a test page digitally to see if I like it painted this way better. I am faster, better and more comfortable working digitally but I love watercolor too. Argh! Still need to finish up the imp, the foreground, and genie smoke. Letter G is all set up for watercolor but I haven’t had time. :)
The rest of the sketches are here:
A Magical Mythological Menagerie of ABCs
I made a new website and it finally is up. Let me know if anything is not working or spelled incorrectly.
Also here is some more Day of the Dead sketches.
Illustration for the Recess contest for SCBWI Illustrator’s Day. I didn’t win but I had a good time. :)
You had to include apples, buffalo, telescope, blanket and hay and the theme was Recess.
Day of the Dead Postcard Illustration, Front
Here is a finished spot illustration for Alice in Wonderland (baby turns into a pig from Pig and Pepper) and a sketch for Advice from a Cobra.
Also thanks for all the likes and the reblogs!!
The Cheshire cat is a serval. :)
I retouched some of my Alice in Wonderland work and I did a new spot sketch and a facial expressions page for Alice. Working on my children’s book portfolio. :)
I am testing out some techniques for starry skies for a larger illustration.
Little Indian Girl is Watercolor, pastel and color pencil on paper
Princess on a Unicorn is watercolor and color pencil on paper
Both with some digital touch-ups
A Knight and His Battle Cat
Watercolor on Paper