Continuing the Chinese theme with something that many of us need in these hard times – a charm or amulet to protect each of us against a hundred calamities
I thought I’d try a peaceful Lotus, for a change of pace – less busy than some of my mandala images – with scope to add background colour
Thank you Sheila Knight for another contribution to the colouring pages – great fun to see what you have done with the snail on the leaf 🙂 – I think your decision to place the leaf on the ground is probably far more sensible than the water in mine – love the softer colours.
I have just been sent a coloured version of one of the sketches from the site – and I love it – so I have asked and been given the permission of the colourist, Sheila Knight, to include it on the website. I am particularly taken with the clever use of the soft colours – Thank you Sheila for letting me post it.
If you have finished one of my sketches, I would love to see it. Gaile
Zig Finds a Home starts a new series of illustrated Children’s books, shortly to be released on Amazon. Tommy finds a strange pebble which, after he takes it home, turns out to be an ancient egg… a dragon’s egg. This first book introduces the two main characters and how they meet and make friends. Written and illustrated by Gaile Griffin Peers (contains thirty full colour images)
Here are a few illustrations from the book:
Delighted to say that Just Doodles is now available on Amazon – you can see all the books here https://www.amazon.com/-/es/Gaile-Griffin-Peers/e/B08GL27BLJ
Gaile’s fourth book in the Challenging Art Colouring Book Series (seventh in the series) is now out on Amazon and all major bookshops
If you like the coloured versions, but don’t have the energy to colour them, yourself – fear not – coloured versions are available here
All ready to be made into prints, phone covers or even bed-spreads and yoga mats… 🙂
Been having fun with odd doodles – some of which may make it into books and some may not – not sure, yet – but will put some here for you to play with as well as showing some I have done 😉 – To access an image RIGHT click on it with your mouse (or hold down with your finger) and a list of options will pop up, choose open in a new tab (so you get the largest version). On the new tab – right click and save image – Have fun and don’t forget you can add the finished pictures to any Amazon reviews of the books – just saying 🙂 🙂 🙂 – but if you use it anywhere, please don’t forget to mention that I drew it xxx
Here are what I think they might look like finished – but you might do them very differently 🙂
I would love to see any of my sketches that you have coloured and finished – you can send them to me here (but they need to be under 2Mb)