Breakfast is my favourite food

nicksnutellaswag:

hey if you didn’t know this about me yet i am a photography student and i have a separate blog for my work: rachelmoronphotography - check it out and follow if you like what you see :) 

st-pam:

These and other new prints available HERE 
I’ll be adding more tomorrow because half of them needed cropping and I don’t have a cutting machine at home. 

I want to lock myself inside the atelier and not let myself out until I can actually paint

st-pam:

I wish I could do curly hair like that justice when drawing it but I can’t really

st-pam:

I wish I could do curly hair like that justice when drawing it but I can’t really

(via st-pam)

These and other new prints available HERE 
I’ll be adding more tomorrow because half of them needed cropping and I don’t have a cutting machine at home. 

I wish I could do curly hair like that justice when drawing it but I can’t really

youcowerinthecorner said: Your drawings are just as simple as beauty.

Thank you :)
Sometimes I wish I’d make more drawings that are less simple

Standing in line
My friend told me to try drawing something without focusing on the lines you’re drawing but rather on the subject you are drawing. so I chose to draw my feet

Anonymous said: Waar zag je Lowlakes? (ik heb ze ook gezien!!!)

Ligt eraan wanneer? Laatste twee keer was op The Brave en de nieuwe locatie van Paradiso, de Tolhuistuin. Jij?

Floor, one year ago we had to put her to sleep. From the 18 years she lived on this planet, she lived for 14 years with us. I still miss her eventhough it’s been a year…… 
I’ve been neglecting my sketchbook, this is from one month agoDid this in the train after seeing Lowlakes

Anonymous said: I really want to be original you know and the more I develop the more it looks like what you do :(

I just answered an ask that kinda sounds like this one, maybe that answer can help you out? Good luck! And don’t forget: Originality barely exists anymore

Anonymous said: Thanks a lot! The thing is, is that I think that my style looks a lot like yours especially when I am working on bigger size. I really don't do this on purpose and it feels really natural for me to do but I feel bad about it. What can I do bout it?

Hmmm. I don’t know how much time you spend looking at my drawings, but maybe looking at a broader variety of artists will help you out? Style develops naturally but the art you look at, can have an unconscious influence on what you draw. When I was in high school my best friend and I spent a lot of time drawing together so in the beginning our styles looked a lot like each other, and now we make totally different stuff!

View from the Doge Palace in Venice