These are based off an old manuscript (and I wish I could remember which one) and since I did them digitally I could easily change the colour scheme. These are for my online shop on Zazzle, for cards and such where customers can put their own text inside the border. Since blue and green are my favourite colours I usually stick with those in my designs but I did a red version for a change.
My most recent commission was a quote from John Wesley written in Cancelleresca Corsiva. The client wanted celtic knots in the border although she and I were aware that it didn’t exactly fit the time period or style. However, a little extra Celtic knot never hurts!
“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?
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.