Demon Girl (not quite finished)
…sorry everbody if I´ve been a bit neglectful with the messages and checking your stuff out. I´m still learning how to, uh, tumble! Every feedback is appreciated! ♥
trevorillo asked: Your illustrations are amazing, love your work :)
Thank you, that means a lot :)
(…still need to draw the actual watergun, though!)
…but thankfully Hedvig sneaks out of her class and secretly helps Olle with his shoelace assignment. Being kinda in love but not being able to show that yet, the two start getting a bit distracted.
Previous piece in the series - Olles shoelace nightmare
Another illustration for the story about Hedvig and Olle for the childrens page of the german newspaper DIE ZEIT.
Olle embarrassingly still can´t tie his shoes, so he´s forced to learn it instead of participating in the physical education class with the other kids. What a nightmare!
The third illustration for my “Hedvig” series for the childrens page of the german weekly newspaper DIE ZEIT.
Olle is the new kid in Hedvigs class - at this point she still thinks he´s a girl, because he is a quite small boy with long, black, curly locks. She´s soon going to find out that he isn´t a “princess” at all - and in turn the whole class will make fun of her for having a boy sitting on her lap!
The second illustration for my “Hedvig” series for the childrens page of the german weekly newspaper DIE ZEIT.
Hedvigs class is pretty noisy and wild - you can see the teacher in the foreground just moments before he has a nervous breakdown.
It was really fun to draw those children - it took me quite a while before they all had the kind of character I wanted them to have!
Hedvig and Olle fighting - the first piece in my new children series for the german newspaper Die Zeit.
It took me quite a while to figure out how the two should fight. Since both have long hair I decided to do a little hair pulling.
Hedvig is a rather boyish girl and Olle a girlish boy - it was a very fun challenge to get the balance just right.
(Published 31. Oct 2013)