So I wanted to do a little feature like this for a while, where I showcase beautiful art shops of the people I watch.
To keep it manageable, I only included the people where I ordered something before, along with a little story behind my order.
1. Z-Oras (https://www.deviantart.com/z-oras)
I ordered some postcards from her store. The print quality was pretty good and they made great gifts for my family!
Check out her store here: http://zedoras.tictail.com/
2. MademoiselleOrtie (https://www.deviantart.com/mademoiselleortie)
I asked MademoiselleOrtie for a print of this wonderful illustration. It has a lot of personal meaning to me and is now hanging on my wall. She also creates really beautiful knitted clothes and jew
Hi everybody !
Sorry for not beeing so much active lately. During those couple of months I've just been more focus about my personal challenges than painting and spending time on social networks... :blush:
First, I'm sorry I didn't took the time to properly thank you all for the kind words you let me for my birthday in December. At that moment, I had a lot of things to handle and I decided to travel. But I've been turning 30 so it was big step for me and that means a lot, Thanks! I always read every single message and even if I forget sometimes to answer, I really appreciate! :heart:
I'll celebrate my 3 years in Spain soon. To be honest,
EN: Hi everybody!
My new limited edition of Pocket Calendars is finally available on Etsy and it's made of some exclusive watercolor illustrations hidden inside my setchbook! My little characters will follow you everywhere all along 2017 for new colorful adventures. It will be available as little monthly cards, professionaly printed on thick and glossy paper and will come with a nice packaging and cute godies.
My online Etsy shop will take a break from the 15th nov. to the 15th Dec because I'll work on the go. If you lived outside EU and want to be delivered before Christmas , please make sure to purchase b
Picture by Maki Naro ( boxplotcomic.com )
Hello guys! Today, I would like to warn you about some contests or kind of offers that you have probably received in your mail box. A few days ago, I received another inbox here on DA, from a professional Editor asking me to submit an illustration for the cover of her next issue magazine.
After I asked some more information about this project, it appeared this was a "contest" with "no price" for the winner... except the opportunity to work happily for free. The Editor would choose the winner, who will get his work used and published in a lucrative magazine, without any financial compensation . Als