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Thursday, 8 January 2015

And the Winners are.....


And the Winners are….

1. Lunielu on Tumblr wins the ‘Usagi and Luna’ original illustration!

2. Jitsumi1221 on Tumblr wins the prints + the postcard!

3. Jaziejazza on Tumblr wins the pocket mirror + pin-back buttons and card!

Congratulations to the winners, thank you all for participating in this Giveaway!

Winners, you may contact me via email at: nati-artAThotmailDOTcom or through the contact form below with your snail mail address. I will send you the prizes asap!

Cheers.
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Sunday, 28 December 2014

Giveaway on Tumblr!

As a special Thank You to all my amazing fans and friends, December 27th - January 6th,  I am doing a special Winter Giveaway on my Tumblr gallery.
All the info can be found there!

Enjoy it and good luck!


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Monday, 22 December 2014

The Swan Girl

The watercolor illustration for my Season Greetings Card is finally done - I'm so late with it, I know!
Below, few WIP shots - you love them and I love you :)

Btw, I'm planning to print some cards featured this illustration. If you would like to make a Holiday Card exchange just drop me a line with your snail mail address - you can use the contact form below!

Please, take note that I can send you the card not before the end of the year...

Enjoy!

The Swan Girl
Ink and watercolor on 140lb, cold pressed paper.


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Sunday, 21 December 2014

New Paper Dolls!

I've just added three new paper dolls to my Etsy shop!

The dolls are hand drawn and painted in watercolors and colored pencils on fine, acid free, hot press, 140lb watercolor paper. They have been lovingly hand cut out and completely assembled with mini metal brads.

Signed and dated on back, they will arrive in a protective, cellophane sleeve and bend-proof mailer.

Please note that the shop will be closed for the holidays through January 6, 2015 starting from December 23. 

Mr and Mrs Hare.



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Sunday, 14 December 2014

Alma and the Spirits

Alma is one of my fave characters! I created her for a graphic novel project of mine...a story set in a sort of steampunk - early 19th century kinda world...never completed the project, but I sometime love drawing the character again!
In the first version, she had white, long hair while now her hair are shorter - she is a sort of alter ego of mine so... we have the same hairstyle!

Past version of Alma:

And, I'm using markers again!!!! Ok, together with watercolor, colored pencils and soft pastels :)

More WIP shots on Tumblr and Flickr!