Anja's Artblog

Wednesday, 12 December 2012

Commission: Snail Rider + Prints for Sale

A commission for a lovely lady - her OC the mysterious, nameless
Snail Rider, who was an absolute pleasure to draw and paint.
Thank you for this great commission, I hope it'll arrrive soon and safe.


Also I have been part of an exhibition last Sunday and it was a quite successful and lovely event. I met wonderful people and had a very good time. Also I sold some prints of my work which are available online now as well, here in the new section [Things for SALE].
Go have a look if you're interested. :)


Wednesday, 5 December 2012

Leaving card

Unfortunately our tutor is leaving after Christmas, which is very sad indeed. We all made him little postcards with small good bye notes to make him regret leaving us. ha. This is mine. I quite like it and hope he does too.

Monday, 3 December 2012

More Workshops

 Here are some more outcomes of the workshops we did at Uni within the last few weeks.
One was called Realism Now! and we were tought how to create very realistic portraits using layers of crosshatching. I really enjoyed it. :)

they looked lovely all put on the wall next to each other.
 We also did some very quick life drawing sessions where we had to change material constantly.

Then we did something colaborative called 'film on the wall' which was a lot of fun even though it looks kind of weird...

And some still lifes using some dead animals.


Sunday, 18 November 2012


Last Friday we have been exploring threedimensional illustration and built cardboard houses which was all I needed to feel just like a child again. It was so much fun and together we created a whole town which looks absolutely beautiful, doesn't it? I'd like to share some photographs of our tabletown - I made the hotel with a bookshop at the groundfloor. All the other houses are made by my coursemates. ♥

planning the house
house in progress
finished house -  I still need to take some decent photos..






Wouldn't you just want to live there? :)
Hope you enjoyed it.