We've collected some of the coziest artworks on Doodle Addicts to make sure you can get those warm-fuzzies all year round!
Forgot to post this doggo sleeping I made some time ago.
Do you feel related?
Tea Bag art using watercolors
Binturong, a fluffy animal with even fluffier ears. Really mysterious if you ask me. I made a small comic of this, you can see more on Instagram.
On a more serious note, binturongs are fascinating and also a vulnerable species, with a decreasing population (acording to the IUCN redlist).
You can learn more about them through @abconservation.
Baby, it’s cold outside.
Act on 5 x 5 canvas
I love drawing collections of things & cozy-clothes might be one of my favorites. :)
Illustrated with Ink and Ink-Pens on Paper.
Original Pen & Ink Cartoon Drawing of a Mouse in a Tea Cup by Ivan Camilli.
Pen and ink drawing of a little mouse cartoon character inside a tea cup on Canson's acid free illustration board.
signed ad dated '31August - 2019' Suitable for framing.
My next project is a post-water-scarcity romp through the Deep South and it’s coming soon to a 2020 near you.
A visual list of all the fun things that make a snow-day feel... like a warm-hug! From my online comic @ doodletowncomic.com
I got some comments from the last uploads and it gave me motivation to upload more. For some of you who are interested in my work you can visit my instagram page, im more active there. ( I really really hate promoting myself like this, but I struggle to build a community of artists, so im trying every way possible) But anyways. I forced myself to draw this one when I had a really bad artblock. So I think i came up with the most mainstream scene possible. I wanted here to create more comfortable, kinda welcoming atmosphere, but I didn't do that properly In my opinion. I ended up with something completely else. In my head I had a scene where the two characters (the girl with the poncho and blonde guy (I can't come up with their names yet)) after a not the best trip, were welcomed by their old friend in her house, for some break and calm hour.
New triptych painting. Each one is an acrylic painting on a 5x7 wood board and then framed with a background filled with doodles. Go to my Instagram to see the time-lapse painting of each panel.
illustration for recipes for tea pastries 2/4 : Madeleine