It's okay to stick your neck out.
Using my husband's garden as an inspiration, I love to make up containers and plants.
Robin’s nest with eggs ready to hatch
a simple floral pattern on a dark background
Working pic of the Millennium Garden, available soon in my Etsy Shop https://www.etsy.com/your/shops/JuliaHillIllustrator
My final entry for Stage 3 of the doodle addicts challenge! I have loved doing these challenges. They have not only got me drawing things I wouldn't have considered off my own back, but they have brought me out of my comfort zone too. Drawing steam is harder than I thought!!!
'Oh how wonderful life would be, if I had my own little house in a tree!' This one was created for the Urban Explorer Challenge and I loved every minute of it! As a lover of the natural environment I had to draw on where my heart lies so a treehouse seemed a fitting response!
based on word-prompt 'hat'
A flock of pelicans with their beaks open waiting for fishermen to throw out tasty morsels. I drew this from a photo I took last month, from a coastal vacation. India Inks and watercolours.
Playing with an unconventional color palette
This shambling creature haunts the fetid marshlands and is a protector of the birds and beasts who reside there. He's ancient, the last of his kind and a gentle soul who would much rather hide under the sticky mud than come face to face with a stranger.
Moleskine doodling with some digital color
Standing on a cube,
With nothing more to do,
Than for us to wait in queue,
For a chance to use the loo.
3" x 3" pen and ink drawing
Watercolor horses I put together in a pattern. They make me laugh.
A mix of watercolor and India ink held together with some fun doodle motifs.
Sketchy News Drawing Challenge