Sabina Hahn is a Brooklyn based illustrator, animator and sculptor who loves stories and tall tales. Sabina is a master of capturing subtle fleeting expressions and the most elusive of gestures.
I specialize in children illustration, illustration, kid lit art, watercolour.
My Tuesdays got so much better ever since I learned of #longhairedgiantreppingyourtown
#transmundanetuesdays. Thanks, @carsonellis.
1. Is a giant
2. Has very long hair
3. Wearing a shirt with your town’s name on it.
#sketchbook #giant #ink #mountain #hairriver #daulydraeung #womenwhodraw
Advice with animals. https://www.instagram.com/p/B7I1HExh6t6/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link
"The facts existed, or they didn't, whether or not I paid attention to them".
From "Tacky Goblin" by T. Sean Steele
#dailydrawing #dailyreading #sabinareads #tackygoblin #tseansteele #facts
More literal illustrations of food names. Drunken shrimp.
A transmundane Tuesday prompt by Carson Ellis (with a serpent tail, in a hat, smoking a pipe). https://www.instagram.com/p/B8NSotBh5I2/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link
Transmundane Tuesday prompt from Carson Ellis : long beard, shirt with the name of my town on it, dish.
When danger approaches, sing to it. - Arabian proverb.
Another image from series of literal illustrations of food names.
Transmundane Tuesday prompt from @carsonellis
Among the backwoodsmen of America there was a superstition that bears breed only once every seven years, and when they did this caused such a disturbance in the atmosphere that any cattle in the district which were about to calve would lose their young.
From "A DICTIONARY OF OMENS AND SUPERSTITIONS" by Philippa Waring. https://www.instagram.com/p/CA5Y7HaBrTw/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link
How the series of literal food drawings started...
Literal drawings of funny food names.
Omens : Crocodile.
The Indians believe that crocodiles make a moaning and sighing noise like a human being in distress to attract their victims. They also have a curious superstition that the creatures shed their famous "tears" over a victim's head after they have devoured the body - and then polish off the head to complete the meal!
From "A DICTIONARY OF OMENS AND SUPERSTITIONS" by Philippa Waring
"Speak roughly to your little boy,
And beat him when he sneezes;
He only does it to annoy,
Because he knows it teases." CHORUS (in which the cook and the baby joined): " Wow! wow! wow!" - Alice in wonderland by Lewis Carroll
Transmundane Tuesday : a beetle, wearing a sweater, dancing. A prompt from Carson Ellis.
Literal funny food names illustrations.
Collage with found words.