Valentine

14 February 12


I don't really do Valentine's Day (other than having some quite festive raspberry cheesecake today actually), but I had this little lady waiting to be scanned since last month and today seemed like the perfect day. Watercolour and gouache on A3 paper, nice and simple.

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Wow, she’s SO pretty! I’ve been painting watercolor Valentine cards all day, and my friends were very pleased to receive them – but your illustration is simply perfect.

Antonia at Swedish Love Affair replied over 10 years ago.

all kinds of adorableness! I, too, don’t “do” Valentines but I did buy myself cheesecake & some pretty things today!

caren replied over 10 years ago.

All Valentine’s should be that nice. I “did” Valentine’s alone, since the bf lives in England. He sent me choccies, so I basically devoured all but one :) (I was eating for the two of us? Haha.)

Vanessa replied over 10 years ago.

Just perfect. You are supertalented.

Sofia replied over 10 years ago.

Ohhh she is super sweet! :) loving the colours and stripes. Fxx

Fanni replied over 10 years ago.

Wouah ! Just Wonderfull !

Stephanie replied over 10 years ago.

So beautiful – that’s for sure!

Jennifer Nilsson replied over 10 years ago.

Like all your works, this one is lovely! Congratulations!

amets replied over 10 years ago.

She’s like one of those chewy lip-shaped lollipops.

Jacqueline J. replied over 10 years ago.

This is positively charming! I love the assortment of textures throughout.
xo.

K replied over 10 years ago.

Ahh this is S T U N N I N G – I can’t get over how gorgeous the color scheme is _

Kailey replied over 10 years ago.

So cute! I love this style :)
xoxo.

Jessica replied over 10 years ago.

Those soft fresh colours, magnificant.. Unique new style for me.. Think I copy one to my blog, will give you the credits of course!

Emilie replied over 10 years ago.

I have an art question…how do you get your watercolors from paper to computer so bright with bright white background? Any help?

Autumn

Autumn replied over 10 years ago.

Hi Autumn,

If you’re using a textured watercolour paper it’s pretty impossible to get the paper white without blowing out all the colours in the paint. So what I do is scan it in and adjust the brightness/colour/levels/curves or whatever in photoshop, until the painted areas look good. Then I select the background and just delete it.

Hope that helps!
Kris x

kris atomic replied over 10 years ago.

Oh! I love her! <3

Essi replied over 10 years ago.

love her!!!!!

Marisa replied over 9 years ago.

please reopen your shop. okay thanks bye!

oni replied over 9 years ago.

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