Sunday, August 30, 2015

Sunday Sketches: Carnival Fun


It's been an intense week of non-stop illustration work as well as the launch of my latest online course, "Watercolor 101: My illustration Secrets". I'm excited about this course and the engagement of those who've signed up has been wonderful. The great thing about my online courses is that they're now always open. Meaning, peeps can sign up anytime they want and are able to take the course day or night, 7-days a week, with lifetime access. Woot!

This week I'm sharing with you a peek of the illustrations for one of my many upcoming children's books, "No Matter How Small". I've had a lot of fun developing the illustrations for this book, especially the carnival scene. Makes you want to hop on the merry-go-round, doesn't it? Hee

Wishing everyone a wonderful Sunday. Happy doodling! :)

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14 comments

  1. It's so exciting to see how your journey as a professional artist developed throughout the years. Blessings!

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  2. Love your carnival colours, such cheerful work!

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  3. Alexandra, what darling illustrations. You are at the prime of your life, and I foresee shelves of Children's Books in stores and libraries and especially homes. You are such a generous soul, sharing your talent, and teaching others. You've gone through so many difficult times, and yet, your work shows your big and generous heart. Love you tons.

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  4. PS ~ I love your studio work station and the cute stuffed animals. They look happy sitting there.

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  5. Oops, put SS blog's url into Mr Linky instead of my own!!! Long day.....
    ANYWAY...... such a wonderful rainbow on your desk!!! How darling is the unicorn.... and an absolute must do - the feris wheel!!! Congrats on your commissions for childrens books.... how exciting!!!

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  6. Oh so lovely are your creations ~ love seeing your work space ~

    Happy Week to you,
    artmusedog and carol

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  7. A delight to see all your paints spread out like this they look delicious! And to see you drawing "in action". I'm glad your classes filled up so nicely for you! Your books are delightful.

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  8. lovely colours..sorry you had problems leaving comments on my blog last week I dont know what happened..I also have a fb page called Lorraine's Arty Stuff if you want to visit there instead xx

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  9. I love seeing you work and all of your supplies. So excited for you to be getting into having online classes.I know they are all wonderful and full of information to share!!! I hope you have a wonderful new week!! Love, Jane

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  10. Oh they're lovely! So bright and cheerful!

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  11. I just signed up for your watercolor class. I'm so excited to hear about it, and get started with the first lesson.

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  12. I really don't know how you get time for all your creative endeavours! You're so inspiring and must be so motivated! Do you ever get chance to sit and chill? I hope so :) Well done on the launch of your new class and good luck with all the illustrations on the drawing board at the moment! x

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  13. I always enjoy your choice of colors -- so cheerful!

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