I'm a graphic artist with passion for illustration.
My style varies through strange creatures and wiggly figures, taking inspiration from cinema, asian culture and meta humour.
I specialize in colored pencil, drawing, illustration, traditional art.
I've spent recent lockdown days watching far too many Youtube videos about attachment styles and honestly it makes a lot of sense. Here is a little message for my anxious preoccupied self
Happy to sharing with us my final plate of Dwarf Jay (Cyanolyca nanus), there are a few illustration for this taxa that is endemic to Mexico. Dwarf jay show patterns of occupancy consistent with habitat specialists. Like raccons, Dwarf Jay have a black mask and is predominantly blue. Technic: hybrid media (graphite, colored pencils and SketchBook Pro).
I’be been sketching my toy cars and trying to imagine how plants might interact with them
Inspired by lockdown dinner times and trying to be healthier
Omens and Superstitions.
In Japan there is a superstition that if a cup or glass containing medicine for a sick person is accidentally upset, then it is an omen of that person's speedy recovery.
From "A DICTIONARY OF OMENS AND SUPERSTITIONS" by Philippa Waring
Yellowbelly Voiceless Treefrog. Charadrahyla altipotens. Main source: https://www.instagram.com/camilojulianc/
The rufous-tailed plantcutter (Phytotoma rara), sometimes called the Chilean plantcutter, is a passerine bird of southern South America.
I live in central London, so I sometimes dream of a more nature-filled work space
Acrylic on wood
(Cześć means hi in Polish)
"Contemplation of the Jump" - drawn & colored in Escape Motions Rebelle.
My drawings are pretty random, but after I make them I think about them a bit... like... what is that girl in that cave room thinking and why is he going to jump?
I should probably know the answers... but I don't.
Frog Monster Hug
Just another girl IV? I can't remember what number I'm on
Sketchbook, ink and one of this chill quarantine moments watching the night sky.