Staying home and keeping busy. Catch up with what I’ve been up to and read how I’m coping with being at home which include podcasts and illustrations.
I’m back with another little illustration post! Like most people, I spend way too much time staring at a computer/phone that any time spent away from screens is a very welcome break indeed. There are a couple of ways I try and give myself a break from digital which includes trying to get through my
I love a wedding and for me this often means creating a little illustrated gift! This one was all about thistles and roses for my friends John and Rebecca.
The first illustration I ever gifted was for my friends Rachael and Martin. Fast-forward three years and little Joni is the newest, most adorable addition to the family and ahead of her christening, it seemed fitting to get the watercolours out again.
It’s been a little over a month since I’ve returned from my holiday to Sydney and Hong Kong which feels like a lifetime ago now. Photos are coming soon but it’s about time I shared my latest illustration with you guys. This is the third illustration I’ve done for a wedding and they’re my favourite
I’m on my holidays! Admittedly, it’s been a little quiet around here lately as I’ve had a busy few weeks and then there was a small hiccup with my laptop which meant it had to go in for repair. Thankfully I’ve been reunited with it and it’s now working like a dream but lots of
This is the very project which encouraged me to pick up the paintbrush again! I don’t draw or paint often enough these days but when my friend Rachael asked me to come up with an illustration for the kids at her wedding to colour in, I quickly put some ideas to paper. I started with
Today is my baby sister’s 18th birthday. It only seems like yesterday when she used to sit on her highchair at the dining room table and we were all laughing when the little 4 year old told us excitedly and sincerely that if she were an animal, she’d be a donkey. Adorable. We all used
I didn’t spend very long figuring out what to buy Chrissy and Dan for their wedding present. I gave them a lucky envelope as part of Chinese tradition (I always like to get it in somewhere!) and then spent a couple of evenings drawing out and then painting this illustration based on their wedding day.