Alongside my very dear book project ”The Baron” I drew some other motorcycles as well during last year. You can say I kinda fell for them ❤ Especially in the old race motorcycles there’s such simplicity and beauty. And the thought alone to be illustrating motorcycles for kids charmed me… I could use all the color palettes I wanted, I could illustrate all the tiny bits with as much fun as I only could!
This Ducati from the year 2002 is one of my favorites. It just keeps charming me!
Yes, it was a small and cute one ❤
Revolution counter! How’s that for a word!
That’s how she rolls!
Some personal work pieces just never get finished. You go back to them over and over again and change the colors or change the composition or change a teeny-weeny detail in a character’s foot.
Bye bye Blackbird! That’s what I’ve tried to tell this piece several times. Do you think this time he’s gone? Or still hanging around?
This shoe wants to DANCE.
I wrote a story about two blue shoes waiting for someone to buy them and to take them out dancing – it’s called Cabaret Blue. And there’s a dancer walking by the shop each and every day but he never enters the shop to come and get them. But of course it has a happy ending! They end up on big stages and get to dance until they drop.
I would not mind at all having pretty blue shoes myself!