Watercolor, colorpencils, pen and ink on A4 drawing paper.
The fairy you go to when you need a potion for stomach aches, love sickness, good luck or the ability to dream about the future. But remember, she will ask for a price for each potion.
Colorpencils and ink on sketch paper.
I am planning on creating a small art book about folklore and fairies, and show art like this one plus lots of sketches and some how-to-tips in drawing fantasy art. Sounds interesting for any of you? :)
Some links I have found in various Tumblr Posts that I have saved on my computer. I do not take credit for collecting all these links. Unfortunately, I did not have the mind to save/note where these various links come from. Thank you to whoever compiled these links together.
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Word Building 101
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7 Tips to Become a Better Writer from Stephen King
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List of 1000+ Adjectives
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I haven’t really been able to post many things I’m working on, but I’m trying to finish this very old Moleskine I have from my school days, so lots of pencil sketches.
This is something that was bugging me a little bit so, as always, I’ve decided to make an infograph.
Maybe other artists disagree, but when I ask for a request, it’s a fun game. You give me a suggestion and I build on it. It’s a team project. You don’t know what you’re going to get.
If your request takes longer than 3 sentences to describe, it’s not a request. It’s a commission. It’s something so specific, the artist will essentially be working for your specific scene for free.
And of course - DO NOT REQUEST THAT AN ARTIST DRAW YOU SOMETHING if you don’t see that they are specifically accepting requests.
People have been requesting free art from us our whole lives. We’ve had plenty of that. If we want to draw you free stuff, we’ll let ya know. Don’t just assume we have free time - just like you wouldn’t come up to a doctor at a grocery store and ask them to examine your twisted ankle.
Unless you’re a person who does that… in which case… don’t do that either.
I’d like to remind people that this goes for writing requests, too.
And if an artist or writer has a list of “what I do/don’t do” then please respect that.
This is why I never do requests. People get bossy.