Not a fan of waterslides. But since they remind me of summer I quite enjoyed drawing them on a spring day when holidays and carefree days are just around a corner.
Second attempt of anaconda drawing. One thing is for sure – digital suits me more than old fashioned paper and pencil drawings. At least that’s what I think…
Lesson from day 1: Find your own style. And work on your drawing skills. If you’ll be creating drawings like this you might just give up.
I recently bought a “book” called 300 Drawing Prompts. It’s a perfect sketchbook for drawing enthusiasts who lack in inspiration. It gives you 300 ideas for you to draw/paint/make a collage or create in whatever form you prefer. My goal is to draw in it daily but that doesn’t mean a different drawing every single day. It may take me days to complete some of the pages. But it’s a great way to start my drawing journey again. I’ll be posting regularly my process of filling in this book until the very last page. If you have 300 Drawing Prompts […]
Some days I just want to do exactly what makes me happy. And today is one of those days. Today is the day that I wanted to draw, paint, create collages and edit pictures. So I did that. And because of that there’s no story behind today’s illustrations. Just let your own imagination create your own unique story about foxes, listen to the song What does the fox say while you go through this post or just look through pictures and head over to some of my older posts for more reading material. Anyhow, enjoy!
Since I wrote a post about elephants it seem appropriate to write one dedicated to the largest creatures ever to have lived on Earth. Just their tongues alone can weight as much as an elephant and their hearts weight the same as an average car. I’m talking about the blue whale. These amazing creatures are one of the loudest animals on the planet but we can’t hear them. Even though they are giant, they can reach speeds of over 30 km/h and feed on tiny shrimp like animals. We know they can feel emotions and are most closely related to […]
Deep sea creatures are organisms that live below the photic zone of the ocean. They have to survive extremely harsh conditions – hundreds of bars of pressure, nearly any oxygen or food, no sunlight and extreme cold that never goes away. Most of them depend on eating good floating down from higher levels of sea. They live thousands of meters below the surface in a total devoid of light. The water temperature doesn’t rise above 10 degrees Celsius. Those creatures have adapted to this hostile environment and as a result they look unlike anything that we find in the upper […]
While vacationing in Thailand, we went elephant riding in a sanctuary near Bangkok. We had an extra day to spend on sightseeing and it was down to riding elephants, in what seemed to be a friendly environment for them, or seeing a snake show that looked not only painful and exploitative for snakes but also to the audience. It was a no brainer. Everything looked like they promised – elephants were walking freely, had an enormous amounts of fruit and plants to munch on and looked genuinely happy and healthy. We were riding them through the woods and pet them before […]