My newest Christmas card is now for sale in my Zazzle store. The Bible verse is written in Uncial script with an elaborate Celtic knot border around it, as well as a decorated initial letter. You can select your country at the top of the page if you visit this link. I’m very happy with how this turned out and I hope you are too.
After many many hours of work, here is the final result. The first image is the work before framing and the second is the work at the exhibit in St Leonards Chapel on South Street, St Andrews.
(See previous posts for the process):
I turned a recent sketch into a greeting card in my Zazzle online store.
Onion a day keeps everyone away comic ink drawing postcard
“An apple a day keeps the doctor away. An onion a day keep everyone away.” So true, so true. Although come to think of it, an entire raw garlic bunch a day would be worse.
Thanks for coming with me on my month-long drawing journey! It was very fun and now I’m going to take a break for a little while. It’s amazing how much time Inktober takes.
“Catch me if you can find me,” says the cat at the vet’s office. Once I saw a post on Bored Panda (boredpanda.com) about all the different hiding places cats will try when at the veterinary office and that inspired this drawing.
Band-Aids, or plasters as they’re called in the UK, in the minds of children are essentially body stickers. The more merchandise pictures on them the more chance they will be misused. My preference is “if there isn’t a lot of blood, don’t bother”.
Almost done with the month and I’m dragging along here. Here is a drawing for “ride” that is based on someone I saw in my town. First of all: WHY? Second of all: Do you or do you not have any concern for your life?
Without further ado:
When thinking about a funny take on the word coat, I thought it would be amusing to find a funny Latin motto to go with a made-up family crest. So here is “Bibo ergo sum”: I drink therefore I am, complete with wine cups and grapes.