This was just another little watercolor illustration I did. I liked how it turned out, mostly because I love all different shades of blues and greens. Plus drawing the letters what a lot of fun! If you like it, you can purchase it here.
This is something I just kind of found my self doing, and it turned into a much larger work than I thought it would be. I really liked the way it turned out, and the scanned version just doesn’t do the original version. I still think it looks good, but it’s just always hard to scan watercolors. Anyway, I think it’s one of my favorites I’ve done up to this point. You can purchase it here.
This is another one that I did a while back and just now got around to editing it. For this, I put it in a watercolor background on the computer so that it’d have a little splash of color to it. I really liked this one, so I’ll definitely be doing more like it. You can purchase it here.
I posted the early sketch of this painting a while back, and I remember it being well-received. I finally got around to scanning the final version of it, which I actually turned in for a project. I was really pleased with the way it turned out, and I want to do more like it in the near future. But for now, enjoy! You can purchase a print of it here.
This is a sketch I did for my sister who moved to New York recently. Were originally from Texas, and I thought it might be a nice little print for her to have to remind her of her roots. I originally did this in pencil and scanned it into the computer, then edited it to make it have that coveted chalkboard effect. I’m really happy with the way it turned out! You too can purchase this as a print for a mere $17 here!
I think I posted the orinigal of this when I first made it, but here I’ve redone it on the computer to give it a chalkboard effect, and to clean it up so that I can prepare it for sale on my Etsy store, which you can view by clicking here, or by clicking the photo above. Check it out if you need some cool decor or a cool, unique gift for the holiday season!
This is a little watercolor illustration I did one day that I thought would make a really sweet poster for someone to have and look at everyday…it’s such a warm greeting, so I figured it might give out some good vibes. This one is available to buy as a print here.
This is another hand lettering illustration I did that featured inked drawings of flowers that were then colored with vibrant watercolor hues. It is also available to buy at my Etsy shop here. It was a lot of fun to draw (although it did take a long time) but I’m really pleased with the results. And of course, it would make a great gift!
This is the final I did of a hand lettering illustration I created a few weeks ago. After I inked it, I scanned it into the computer and edited it to make it look like it was done on a chalkboard. Now it’s available to be bought as a print from my Etsy shop here. If you need any fun decor for your room, check it out! They sell for cheap, and I can attest to their quality and value