Japanese Fairy Tales

I undertook the challenge of creating a series of something for my last semester, because that’s sort of a good thing to do (it’s not always good to be sporadic with everything you do).  I find it hard to stick with creating a series of artwork unless I really love what you’re working on and don’t get easily bored (like me).

Unlike my lackluster attempts at young Batman villains (which was more my novice use of watercolor than getting bored with the project), I enjoyed this new one of story illustrations for some select Japanese Fairy Tales.

The stories are “The Spider Weaver”, “The White Rabbit and the Crocodile” and “Issun-Boshi (One Inch Boy)” respectively.

spider weaver light print small

rabbit and croc light print small

issun boshi light print small

Pencil and Photoshop. They are around 8.5″ x 10.5″.

My portfolio is available on Behance.com: http://www.behance.net/drawyoudrawme


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  1. Pingback: Nagoya, Japan exhibition, 2013 | Draw You, Draw Me

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