October 14, 2014
June 25, 2014
It was long time I didn't "visit" properly my blog, and there's an excuse for it.
I had a great time with beautiful project all these months, and hope to show soon (2015) illustrations I made for this book. I hope it will happen till May 2015. For now I only can say it's a book about enormous love and passion for all beautiful birds.
After 3 months of work I had an occasion to visit again Croatia - a little paradise in the middle of Europe. Especially Brela, where our friends live, is a nice place to find silence and fantastic pine woods in front of the sea. In Croatia you can find all together - mountain, pines, palms, that mervelous sea you'll never forget and kind people.
I had five days for charging batteries.
Palms, cactus and mountains - some pics from Tenerife Islands or Madeira?.. is the same Croatia :)
December 24, 2013
December 7, 2013
December 4, 2013
November 14, 2013
November 11, 2013
August 5, 2013
Nate and Salli are so nice to promote this week my illustrations on their TDAC site!
I'm thrilled! Big thank to them both for this great opportunity!
July 9, 2013
Recipe I made for TDAC site..Nate and Salli are so enthusiastic with our illustrations that is impossible to stop to draw recipes :)..This time a sweet and spicy "antipasto"! Check the link bellow:
May 14, 2013
Right time for Asparagus frittata..
We cooked and ate a lot of asparagus last weeks
so I couldn't not draw this recipe :)
Find this recipe also on:
and first day colours..
May 8, 2013
Usually I illustrate dishes I love to eat and know how to cook.And this one is so simple! Carbonara!
Check my food illustrations also on TheyDrawAndCook:
March 22, 2013
March 5, 2013
February 16, 2013
February 8, 2013
One of my favourite writers. How not to illustrate some of his novels? :)
"The following Friday he went down to the launches again. And, as on every Friday, he returned home without the longed-for letter. ‘We’ve waited long enough,’ his wife told him that night. ‘One must have the patience of an ox, as you do, to wait for a letter for fifteen years.’ The colonel got into his hammock to read the newspapers.
‘We have to wait our turn,’ he said. ‘Our number is 1823.’"