This is another illustration (in progress) with my little girl. I wanted it similar to the painting I just finished. This time Lily Blu is riding a giant fish. To keep the focus on her she is the only realistic figure in the illustration. The fish and surroundings are graphic – simple lines and very “flat”. As before (with
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This is the first illustration of my daughter Lily Blu. I always wanted to include her into one of my paintings but she isn’t necessarily a patient model 🙂 It’s not that she needs to pose very long but only for a photo. I usually work with images/ photos as reference material. When I
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It’s finally framed. I choose to place the relief print on top of the mat board to show the torn edges of the paper. I think it fits the image with it’s hand drawn and uneven lines best. Besides it’s really pretty (handmade) paper with it’s torn edges.
That’s how the double doors of my closet look like after a day of printing. This relief print (lino cut) is printed on handmade copper colored paper, limited edition of 100. The text below the moon reads “good night, sleep tight, don’t let the bedbugs bite”. I thought this would just fit the image perfectly
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“Little Lady” is my smallest relief print so far. It’s only 5×8″ (printed area, limited edition of 150). I wanted to create a print that’s readable with only a minimum of details . I obviously didn’t use a ruler for the lines to keep everything natural and not too “stiff”.