Hei folks, summer time ahead! Have you planned your holidays already? Similar to last year, the summer will be calm around Basel, at least for me. But that will not hold me back going on adventures together with cute Azi.
This week, we went on a quest – Indiana Jones style. I realized I posted the comic on Instagram already, but had no blog post in place yet. So i follow-up now.
Although it takes more time, it was very funny drawing a 4-panel adventure. I had the idea a while ago telling stories with more panels, but never the time or story idea to complete it. For the next panel, I will hopefully come up with a part 2 of the Indiana Jones quest, and Azi will be able to find the artifact of vision, so she can finally see again! :D
Stay tuned and follow us for more drawings and adventures.
Peeeew, it is really hard at the moment. To be honest, I am struggeling with creating content, writing online the blog or sharing my (boring) thoughts. Also, the daily computer work is doing its deeds, and demotivates me spending more time on the computer after work.
And here we are again. After it was a bit silent for a while, I decided to be more regularly back with the LadyLisa blog ideas. As you can see, I extended my WordPress subscription, charged my Ipad and drawing pencil and provide you with the latest LadyLisa drawing. Additionally, I also created a separate Instagram art account for the LadyLisa page (@ladylisa.art) and comic/art content.
It is the time of the year again. Despite COVID and the shutdown/lockdown restrictions worldwide, there is still some Christmas mood lingering around. The picture is actually massively foreshadowing, of an event, which may only happen in the far far future. I do not even own a Christmas tree which could be decorated, and I do not intend to buy one and build it up in the flat. BUT I used to do it at my family’s place some years ago.
Since I skipped last weeks IllustrationFriday topic, here I am back with the Illustration of the topic GIANT (super quickly doodled). So currently, I am consuming a lot of Twin Peaks, thus, I easily associated the topic with the giant (played by Carel Struycken) appearing in Dale Coopers dreams to lead him to solve the remaining mysterious around the murder of Laura Palmer.
This weeks Illustrationfriday topic is monkey. I drew kind of like Herr Nillson the squirrel monkey of Pippi Longstocking. Somehow this type of monkeys are coming to my mind first, They are my favorite, small, cute and fastly balancing and climbing the trees.