The hopeful illustrator...
This is so adorable! I love the sweetness and the trust between the two friends just chillin'.Bravo for a memorable image.
So sweet and gentle!
How sweet and fun! I love your gentle treatment of this illustration. Very soft. Nice
It's good to see you "back" on your blog - I missed your nice illo's.Your creation for this week's topic is really great.
It's lovely, so gentle! I love the dragon's socks, how they seem too big, and the puffs of smoke coming out of his nose.
wow i love it, the puff of smoke is brilliant! its really great! x
Love this - great illo & fits theme perfectly
Awwww so precious!!
Hi, BeeI posted the answer to your question on my blog, but then realized you might not see it, so I'm writing it here again: Yes, I do use a dip pen and ink when I draw. With a dip pen you can vary the thickness of the line by applying pressure, and I love that look. I like the liners as well, but mostly I've been using dip pens. I'm still learning, trying to get more natural at it. I've been using a German brand called Brause 066 and I like it a lot. Very recently I got another kind, Gillot 404, which seems to work nicely as well.Which one did you get? :-)
love the socks on the dragon! very cute!
The dip pen Mônica uses, works for me too (she advised me that one)!And I have a blog award for you. Come and visit my blog to see.
hihi... all dragons should wear socks! enjoyed visiting the craft blog!cheers!
aww..this is so sweet!who says dragons are scarry?this one ain't at all.at least not to his friend.great work again.xx Monica
Oh, my, gosh, this is so darling!Michelle ;)
I just have to agree with Cheryl,,,adorable,sweet and just soo neat.Hugs Dena
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