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It is always nice to see your work printed. There is always a surprise – the paper, colours, and if the image is made with the help of computer – even the size and details look new. Lately I got some stuff printed in magazines or books, so I took some time and a camera and there it is.
Espresso tales – a new magazine, you can guess – it is about coffee and stories. And I think it is very Melbournian thing. When Rebecca emailed me and asked if I could make any illustration for the new mag, I was very busy, but I had this sketch for the coffee machine. As another idea was chosen for the machine, this was laying in the drawer, oh well, in computer. So I made some adjustments and sent it to Rebecca.
And here it is – printed on a sweet matte paper. It got some rain on it sadly, but just few drops, still looks good.
After that I made this card. Soon you can get it on etsy too 🙂
This is a little bit different thing – I got in one of the biggest Lithuanian magazines „Panelė“. Nice article name – Little animals on the brush 🙂
Paper Sea 2
It’s been a while since my last post. Because I am enjoying semi-holidays in my home country Lithuania 🙂
But cool guys from Australian Paper Sea magazine (remember? – few of my illustrations got there) started a happy subscriber giveaway and there is some of my cards too 🙂
1) SUBSCRIBE HERE: http://www.papersea.com.au/
2) FOLLOW HERE: @paperseaqrtly
3) LIKE HERE: https://www.facebook.
And maybe you’ll get a lovely brown hand stamped bag (everyone’s crazy about them somehow) with cards 🙂
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