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Fresh Art: Brrrrrrr! You know it’s cold when you have steam coming off you when you are cycling in the morning fog. Wearing knits of any sort has become a treasured, smelly survival item! Unfortunately most of them go through the wears and tears of any tomboy so we must be resourceful in patching things in the most creative way.

The sewer girls and their captured avian friends are here to help out once again, using their hair to weave back the holes in your pockets in Pocket Knits. In Peek-a-knit they some how managed to tangle themselves up in a new project. Oh no…

I’m also excited to announce that I have a red bubble account now with these illustrations for sale there! Please check it out and support a fellow artist here:

                               www.serenekitchen.redbubble.com

Mediums: Ink on paper

Fresh sketch: just some tittays amongst the scribbles and a winter garden. New work up soon but in the mean time, check out my Pinterest board to see the inspirations for the them - http://www.pinterest.com/chennybaby/tshirts/

"no matter how small you are, your madness can be as big as anyones"
-Firmin ( Sam savage)
This was inspired by the tenacity of moss, thriving almost anywhere

"no matter how small you are, your madness can be as big as anyones"

-Firmin ( Sam savage)

This was inspired by the tenacity of moss, thriving almost anywhere

Fresh Art Sketches: Ink or Pencil? The true battle on paper.

TODD TERJE - Inspector Norse by toddterje

A tune with the memory of the summer sun and sweat
- Marcus tullius cicero

- Marcus tullius cicero

Animalicious: Super Cute Birds with wonderfully Cute names to go with them. Owlets, falconets, gahhhhhh it can make even the most unsavoury things cute e.g. tax-lettes, murder-ettes, ticket inspector-ettes. So featured here today are: 
The little kingfisher: the second smallest kingfisher in the world and is found in parts of Australia
The Pied Falconet: found in south east asia and are sociable unlike it’s bigger cousins
The Nightjar owlet: This is the smallest nightjar to be found in Australia
Guess what they all have in common? They are not on an endangered list! On another note, I’ll be using my own illustrations for posts like these now but reblogging actual pictures of the animals on my tumblr. What do you guys think of the change?

Animalicious: Super Cute Birds with wonderfully Cute names to go with them. Owlets, falconets, gahhhhhh it can make even the most unsavoury things cute e.g. tax-lettes, murder-ettes, ticket inspector-ettes. So featured here today are:

The little kingfisher: the second smallest kingfisher in the world and is found in parts of Australia

The Pied Falconet: found in south east asia and are sociable unlike it’s bigger cousins

The Nightjar owlet: This is the smallest nightjar to be found in Australia

Guess what they all have in common? They are not on an endangered list! On another note, I’ll be using my own illustrations for posts like these now but reblogging actual pictures of the animals on my tumblr. What do you guys think of the change?

thalassarche:

Pied Falconets (Microhierax melanoleucos)

thalassarche:

Pied Falconets (Microhierax melanoleucos)

fairy-wren:

little kingfisher
(photo by talking naturally)

fairy-wren:

little kingfisher

(photo by talking naturally)