For the entire month of November I'm drawing a fairy a day and posting it on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook with the hashtag #MonthOfFairies
If you haven't seen the rest of the series, here are other related posts:
- A Month Of Fairies (introduction)
- Month Of Fairies: Week 1
- Month Of Fairies: Week 2
- Month Of Fairies: Week 4
Here's an overview of all the artwork I created in the third week of the project, from November 17th 'till November 23rd.
I had no idea what to draw, so I quickly drew a modern, alternative fairy. When I finished it, I realized it looked like a mix of Delirium from "The Sandman" and Megan Massacre.
Ballpoint pen & watercolor in a Handbook journal.
I wanted to create something loose and dreamy, so I created this small watercolor experiment of a forest spirit.
Paper-cutting and watercolor in a Handbook journal.
I've only tried paper-cutting once before, and it's way more difficult than I thought it was. In reality this work has several tears, but I removed them from the image in Photoshop. I wonder what kind of paper paper-cut artists use that doesn't tear as much?
There's this cheesy Croatian patriotic song from the 19th century, a hymn to the fairy of the majestic mountain (you can read the lyrics here). I have no idea from which myth it stemmed.
My boyfriend kept asking me jokingly when I was going to draw her. So here it is
My friend Marija commented on this image "Fiery, windy, warm... just like a perfect autumn should be."
Unfortunately, that's not the autumn we had this year but in my imagination I can make it any way I want.
Gouache on a vine leaf.
I couldn't find a single leaf that was dry and flat (because it's been raining forever), so I used what I had in my yard. I think this is the first time in my life that I painted over a natural object.
Quick watercolor sketch of a water nymph.
That was it for week 3!