A giant skeleton today. With a graveyard on it's back. Since this creature supposed to be a manifestation of restless spirits, who's mortal shells weren't buried properly, I've decided to make things a bit more cozy for them. I've also missed the upload yesterday, but let's just pretend that didn't happen. So, to the next one. Have a wonderful time of day, people. Peace.
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GIVEAWAY I am so humbled and so thankful. Yesterday I reached the 10K milestone and I absolutely could not have without each and every one of you.
Thank you for every follow. To have so many lovely friends with me on my journey is an incredible gift that I don't take for granted.
Thank you for every heart. That encouragement means the world.
Thank you for every comment and every message. Connecting with you guys is without a doubt the best part of Instagram. Your words mean more than you can know!
I started drawing flowers because they remind me of my mom, my childhood, my family. Each petal is a memory and I'm so thankful to be able to share these memories with you. Thank you for appreciating them and for asking for more.
If you're an artist, please jump in and share your work. The artist community on Instagram is just so great. And a big thank you to all the artists I've connected with here. Y'all are loving, encouraging friends and your work and attitudes inspire me to be better every day.
I am offering a custom botanical drawing to the winner of this giveaway. Winner will choose their favorite flower or plant and I will create a drawing especially for them. I'll send a signed copy along with a few other goodies when it's finished. Here are the rules to enter:
1- make sure you're following me
2- like this photo
3- comment below and tell me what you'd like to see me draw next
4- tag a friend that you think would like my work. Each friend you tag counts as a separate entry.
I'll choose a winner at random at the end of next week. Open worldwide.
All the biggest, giantest hugs to you, friends! I'm so blessed to have you. (This giveaway is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Instagram.)
A super quick little Redcap for today. This little fella is a goblin originating I. English folklore. He is said to reside in ruins along the Anglo-Scottish border where horrible deeds have been done. He is commonly seen wearing a pikestaff, iron boots and a red cap, dyed with the blood of unsuspecting travellers taking refuge in the castle in which he resides. #folkloreandfairytales
Daffodils 🌼 in Wales 🏴 #6 of #100dayproject . Quick bedtime draw of a beautiful posy from the cottage garden here after an evening of home cooking and bakewell G&Ts in our lovely hosts, Frank and Jane’s home. Tomorrow I will try capture Elvis the rooster 🐓 for my daily draw! Happy Easter weekend everyone x