Tag Archives: whimsical
Diwali is the Hindu Festival of Lights, and marks the New Year. It is traditional to light as many lamps (called Diyas) as one can, outside, inside and around the home. If you’d like to find out more about this beautiful festival, … Continue reading
This is one of the tactics that the famous lion tamer, Evor Gabor, employs, to brush Sasha’s teeth. It makes it far more pleasant, when he puts his head in Sasha’s mouth.
So here’s the final of the work-in-progress, after a few tweaks and color. It just happened to fit this week’s IF theme (after a slight stretch of the imagination. ) 🙂 On a different note – in case anyone’s missed … Continue reading
This was the roughest-of-rough sketches in my sketchbook. Next came the refining with the help of tracing paper. The first one is with details added on. The back leg looked awry, so the second one is with this modification and … Continue reading
Just a little sketching to fill the time when my son was in the pool. I got him to call out an animal at random and just drew it. Maybe these can be licensed one day? I don’t know… For … Continue reading
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Click for the bigger picture. ^_^
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Here are a couple of close ups. Click to enlarge. I’m going off topic here, but I just had to share the two things I love about working in a Mac (among plenty of others, of course). Alt+G gives you … Continue reading
… my mind refuses to shut down. My tourist is just one of the characters out of the sketchbook I keep on my nightstand. I drew this one by the light of my cell phone, in the middle of the … Continue reading
Happy Halloween, one and all! Stay safe. 🙂
Yep – wasn’t happy with my Jumbo flyer at all. I like him much better this way. 🙂 NOW, he makes me smile.
Little was it known among her kin, that Hetty, the witch, was a surfer at heart. She loved the feel of the moonlight around her and the cool water beneath her, as she swept elegantly across the sparkling lake, sturdily … Continue reading
Barry looked at the bees with a frown. How could he get rid of them so that he could play outside again? Barry had a brilliant idea. He would vacuum all the bees up, just like mum. She was always talking about … Continue reading
The case of the missing socks? Solved! 😉 It wouldn’t let me upload a bigger pic for some reason (got plenty of space. 😦 ) Click on the pic to see it in its entirety, and as always – please … Continue reading
This was the version that took up my whole week. Maybe I got fed up with looking at it too long and needed a break from it or maybe my moth needed to be a spider all along. LOL. So … Continue reading