I now have printable and editable children’s birthday invitations for sale. You’ll be able to download these right after checkout and edit your child’s name, age, and more using Adobe Acrobat. They’re so easy to use and the customization will really make the invitations stand out.
I’ve started making and selling magnetic bookmarks using my artwork. You can buy them on Etsy here. They work on books of course, but I think these bookmarks are best for planners, notebooks, and pamphlets. Things that aren’t always easy to bookmark without the risk of losing said bookmark.
I finally figured out what I wanted to do for backgrounds and I’ve been working on finishing these cute cyptid watercolor paintings and getting them online. First up is the Yeti. He’s probably my favorite of the bunch. I used hand drawn mountains in the background because I want each of the backgrounds to be reminiscent of an old map. I also want to reflect the type of location where these creatures have been sighted. Luckily I had some old snowflake designs I made too and they were a wonderful addition.
I guess I’m not quite ready for summer to end so I used a few pages of my sketchbook to draw mermaids. Here’s a little peek at those pages.
Here’s the next cryptid in my Cute Cryptid series. Say “hi” to the Yeti!
He’s mostly done at this point. Just needs some pen work to really complete the picture. This painting was done in watercolor using only three colors.
I’m working on a series of cute cryptid paintings. I’ve always loved scary stories and cryptids are usually pretty great at being scary.
But since I like drawing cute things the most, I decided to make them cute obviously. I want to make them into stickers, but that might change later. For now, here are some work in progress shots of me painting a cute kraken.