Here's the next in the Wild and Wondrous series:
Here's the next wild beast I've been working on as part of my Wild and Wondrous illustration series:
His puffy hairdo is a fitting crown. You can see the first illustration here. I've been asking my loved ones what their favorite wild beast is, and I've been surprised at the variety. I can't wait to share more as they are completed.
I'm working on an illustration series this year of wild beasts. I'm calling it my Wild and Wondrous series and you can see more throughout the year on my Instagram account. The first one I finished this year was this crazy grolar bear, a mix between a polar and a grizzly:
This one seems serious, but don't be fooled by the calm expression. The fierceness is just under the surface. I'm pretty happy about how it turned out, and I'm looking forward to adding more to this series. It's such a fun illustration style!
Here are the last four of last month's Winter Wonder illustration mini series:
I think I finally found my groove with the last few. I think the open black spaces and sharper contrast make the snowflakes look much cleaner and less sketchy. The first group was more experimental in style and color choice. That just proves to me that I probably need to have at least 10-12 in a series to really nail down the style and get over the experimental phase.