One boy, three pictures

I have found three ways to draw this boy. Now I’m asking everybody what looks best. If you share your opinion, dear reader, I will greatly appreciate.

Daisy Ella’s Sparkle Search

My proposition of the cover picture for Lauren’s book. I belive this is the most girlish book I have ever illustrated. Good luck to you, little fairy!


My beautiful niece, Ania. My sis has taken several shots when Ania was playing a Spanish dancer or whatever it was… I don’t know much of dancing, but Ania does! She’s been training ballroom dancing. I have mustered my courage and tried to make a portrait based on this photo, the best I could.

Daisy Ellas

All Daisy Ella watercolor pictures, waiting to be packed and sent to Lauren. Almost. There will be one more for the cover, and Daisy Ella is ready to go and conquer the world (or maybe just Amazon)

Daisy Ella in bad mood

Finished! I hope Amazon debut will cheer the fairy up. The planned title is “Daisy Ella’s Sparke Search”, and the author is Lauren Sarfas. Good luck, Lauren!

The Sailor

They are not final characters, I already know there will be changes. But I like this mouse. Brave little sailor, isn’t he?

Something sunny

New Year, new pictures to draw. This one is for little Mathilda. I have promised her something sunny.

From My Garden

yellow roses
Watercolor just for myself. It would be a pity to ignore the summer in the garden!

Sultan Daughter

This legend is about a Christian knight who was rescued from the slavery by his true love; they stayed together forever, never mind the knight’s wife waiting in the castle… and they got blessing from the pope. Sounds like a scenario for early Hollywood movie, doesn’t it? I can hardly belive this story comes from Middle Ages.