Happy Halloween 2019!

Hello!

I made this little project just for my close friends and family! They have been very supportive of me and my art and they’re just some of the most wonderful and lovely people I’m lucky to have in my life.

But, seeing how much they enjoyed it, I thought I might as well share it on the blog for others to see, too!

I love making people smile with the power of art and storytelling and I hope this little Halloween 2019 project makes your day just a little brighter as well!

(Note: See Part 1 and then Part 2 to get the full experience! — and as always, *please do not repost these images anywhere else!* Thank you!)

Enjoy!:

PART 1: (click thumbnails for full view)

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Happy Ganesh Chathurthi! – 2019

Happy Ganesh Chathurthi!

To celebrate, a cute portrait of Ganesha with His uncle, Shri Hari-ji:

Look at these two cuties! They’re so adorable together!

May both Shri Hari-ji and His nephew Ganesha, bless us to be able do anything and everything, to remove all obstacles in the path to doing good and be spiritually enlightened.

Jai Shri Ganesha! Jai Shri Hari-ji!

Happy Raksha Bandhan and Balaram Jayanthi! — 2019

Oh, man! So many important festivals came on the same day this year!

Today, August 15, 2019 is India’s Independence Day combined with Raksha Bandhan (celebration of sibling bonds in India) and Balaram Jayanthi (the avatar day of Shri Balaram-ji, brother of Hari-ji)!

So…. What better way to celebrate this holy day with this portrait of the Divine Siblings!? (From left to right: Shri Balaram-ji, Shri Subhadhra-ji, and Shri Hari-ji)

May everyone be blessed by these lovely trio!

Hare Krishna! Peace ^.^

Afternoon Chilling

Girl sitting in a nook like area in a sun-filled room with books and plants and her doggo

This is one of my first full art pieces of my original characters! (aside from the library cafe piece) I’ll reveal more about them soon but thought I’d share this on here because I am in love with how earthy feeling the piece turned out! You can find this and more under my Illustrations block in my portfolio page 🙂

Mediums used: Traditional ink line work on an A5 sketchbook; scanned in for digital coloring using MediBang

Peace ^.^