My red tulip pattern was featured by Redbubble at their Found page. It is a geometric vector illustration of abstract tulips. It also has many decorative elements like abstract leaves. Also features bright orange red colors inspired by spring. Check it out here: Continue reading Tulip Pattern featured at Redbubble
I love chemistry, especially organic chemistry. Drew this methane molecule because methane is the first compound we study in this discipline (my primary education is a pharmacist). And, to be honest, because I love drawing these shapes. Atomic orbitals represent all possible places of the electrons in space. That is what the dots stand for. And I like adding dots everywhere, too. This design is also related to environmental issues, because methane is one of the gases which contribute to the Greenhouse Effect.
This horned owl was drawn a long time ago for my poster class along with the skating giraffe. The task was to create an impossible animal. Owls are beautiful birds. They also look very serious and literature presents them as such. When you look at their faces, though, their big eyes make them a bit funny, too. And as I was in love with owls then (and still am), this idea came to my mind very quickly. I had called the creature a viking owl then because of the viking helmets with horns. Later I created art prints and products with this funny cartoon bird. The poster was even featured at Zazzle as a product of the day. Continue reading Horned owl illustration and products
Created three new art prints in the past weeks. Here they are:
Drew an image of a girl with strange haircut and swirly flowers for Illustration Friday’s topic “swirl”.
Made a red onion sticker for the digital sticker challenge at Redbubble. Added art prints and more products, too. Here it is: Also: Continue reading What I created recently – Jan 13th 2017