Geometric penguin illustration which was created after the lovely pencil drawing of my then 6-year old daughter. Penguins are so sweet and lovely! My daughter likes them a lot, too. She also likes big clean geometric shapes. This cute bird has big blue eyes and a tiny beak. After creating the image, I added a texture over the vector illustration to make it more warm. Later I created products with this cute bird design at my stores. Added art prints to my Redbubble and Society6 stores, too. Continue reading Geometric penguin cute cartoon illustration
This cat Christmas tree illustration features funny Christmas tree with red cat heads and fish bones ornaments. The whole image is in green with slight touches of red. Check out art prints at my Redbubble and Society6 stores.
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Abstract hedgehog illustration which appeared when I drew with my daughter. Used my favorite purple pencil then. Later I vectorized the initial drawing. Felt the need for some thing extra so I created a yellowish green background with a pattern of leaves. Combined them and added a little bit of a grainy texture, too. Here is the finished art print, available at Society6 and Redbubble: Continue reading Abstract Hedgehog Cartoon Character
Spring leaves go with ladybugs, of course. I love spring and decided to celebrate its coming this year with a fun image. I had a similar autumn design. Created a new, spring color scheme in different shades of green and red, then freshened it, improved the leaves, changed almost everything except the basic shapes. After I finished the new illustration, I added art prints to Redbubble and Society6. Check out some of the products from my Society6 store: Continue reading Spring leaves and ladybugs illustration
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