Mr Fox and Mr Mouse are going on a journey. They have no idea where the winds might take them…
I bought some red ink as I wanted to try out something different. This is what the first experiment looks like.
The ink doesn´t cover as well as I would have expected. Lets see what I will use it for.
Winter storms are still going strong here. I started to enjoy watching the snow hitting the window and got accustomed to cosy indoor life.
I am currently still working on a series of illustrations for a friend. But in the meantime I thought I put this little story of my own together.
A Winter´s Tale
On his stroll around the forest Mr. Fox was looking for a good spot to relief himself. Not paying attention of where, he just went about his business.
Before Mr Fox new what happened, he found himself in the big black mouth of the snowman who tried to swallow him whole.
But after the first surprise, Mr Fox started to put up a fight.
On it went. The struggle continued for a while, but eventually Mr Fox was able to free himself and ended up victorious.
This is Inktober remainder number 2 that I forgot to post. The prompt was called frail.
Flew off my bike the other day. I don´t feel frail but rather bruised and bumped. Otherwise ok.
I just discovered two Inktober drawings that I forgot to post.
This one is titled Husky. I love how it turned out. I´m still a dog person. What could they be looking at though?
This is what you didn´t see. Before Mr Fox decorated himself with ornaments, he turned his friend Mr Mouse into a fierce tiger mouse!
Once finished, they went off to party.
Just like that…
We are currently having that terrible winter weather that I hate. It snows one day, only to be followed by heavy rain the day after…. So no chance to enjoy the snow or build a snowman. Therefore an ink version has to do for now.
Have you build a snowman this winter?
I just found this drawing in my sketchbook. I actually did it just before Christmas but then we escaped to the countryside and I forgot all about it.
It´s like flying into the new year. So far so good. It is nice to be warm and cosy at home while a winter storm is raging outside.
Happy New Year everyone!
Let´s see what the next year will bring. Thank you for all your support throughout the year.
Hope you all had a good holiday and survived without any bigger incidents. We spent a couple of days in the Icelandic countryside which was quiet and peaceful. Now back in town where it is time to continue the story of Mr Fox.
Another Inktober leftover. Sometimes its just nice to hang out. Either up side down in the air or with a big bowl of ice cream on the couch. Which one do you prefer?
I am clearly for the up side down in the air! Can´t wait to go back to aerial hoop class after the holidays.
I’m wishing you all a happy holiday, and may Santa or Mr Fox bring you lots of lovely presents.
Something amusing before the holidays.
On his stroll through the snow, Mr Fox had a not so nice encounter with the angry snow man, who he managed to piss off by peeing on him.
Some more window shopping travel sketches from my new sketchbook.
Souvenir shop window in the old town of Edinburgh.
A cake shop display near Haymarket. Damn, I want that cake!
Went on a stop over to Edinburgh last month. I enjoyed the city just as much as the first time I was there for a long weekend. And it seems I spent too much time drawing foxes the last month, as I started to see them everywhere.
I took the opportunity to stock up on sketchbooks and pens, as those things are rather pricey in Iceland. And of course I had to use them right away.