Tag Archives: foxes

Happy New Year!

A few days in already, but I hope this year brings you beautiful and very happy times! Last year was a great one for commissions (will be putting some up on here soon!). This year I’m aiming to develop more … Continue reading

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Portable fox friends

The easy and comfortable way to carry your small vulpine friends around with you.

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Wolf Cafe

 These busy wolves ran onto my page on their way to work, business meetings, dates, who knows. They’ve got places to be. Where did they get their coffee from though? I began thinking about wolf cafes, as you do, and so … Continue reading

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Foxes in gouache

These two appeared spontaneously straight onto paper in paint, apparently full of purpose. Who knows where they’re off to, in their fancy cloaks made of gouache.. Really fun to finally be doing more gouache painting!

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Crystal vulpine wishes

What’s this, another Monday! Time is up to vulpine tricks of swiftness. Hope it is/has been as sparkly and shining as this little crystal fox. And the rest of your week too! (He’s actually a quarter the size of this, done … Continue reading

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Hourly Comics Day

Follow the red arrows and the time telling fox!   February the 1st was hourly comics day: every hour you draw what’s happened in your day, so you end up with something for every hour that you are awake. This … Continue reading

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Illustration Friday – Boundaries

                                  An illustration of a story by Pu Songling, a Qing Dynasty collector of strange tales (zhiguai). The girl up in the tree is … Continue reading

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