Tiger Roar

Tiger Roar

Roar is my word for this year, and the Tiger fits well into that. This roaring Tiger was made with coloured pencils, watercolour pencils, watercolour and a touch of a fine-liner on watercolour paper. Size: 30,3 x 22,6 cm Buy it...
How to make decisions using runes

How to make decisions using runes

We all make decisions, lots of them, every single day. Some decisions are harder to make, and maybe you wish someone would show you the way. Well, you can get an idea of what’s the best decision using runes. It can be as simple as pulling one rune per choice, or...
Liberate Your Art in a Postcard Swap

Liberate Your Art in a Postcard Swap

This year’s Liberate Your Art Postcard Swap is over, and it was just as fun to see what others create this year, as the previous three years I’ve been in the swap. We end the swap with a blog hop, and this is my entry. Check out the others by following the...
Stop when you’re done

Stop when you’re done

Knowing when to stop working on a creation is hard, especially when that inner perfectionist is nagging at you. Listen to your intuition instead. When it feels done, it’s done. Adding even more may wreck the look you’re after....

How to create your art supplies

I know sometimes art supplies are too expensive (some are, no matter how much money you have) unavailable (if the shops are closed) hard to come by (don’t exist in the shops you have nearby) That last one is often the case for me, but I shop online. If you...

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