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After three years of silence (and facing some hard times for those wondering what happened) I finally pulled myself together and decided to pick it all up again. With 'it' I mean, papercutting, drawing, shadow puppetry and continuing selling my work on Etsy etc. 
But also I would love to pickup on old friends again and hopefully make some new friends as well here on DA:-) (Smile) 

When I came back here my ' inbox' was overflowing and I just don't see how I could read, let alone answer, all those messages. So my sincere appoligies for not replying.... However, all new messages will receive a most warm welcome and I'll always try to answer.

I guess, for now, that's all I've got to say!
I hope all of you are doing well and I am looking forward to view all those wonderful new artworks!

Love,
Isabella

(PS: as you might have seen, my new name is Paper Tales.... more changes will follow soon!)
  • Listening to: my cat purring :-)
  • Reading: Beatrix Potter a biography written by Linda Lear
  • Watching: Miss Marple
  • Playing: Ticket to ride
  • Eating: an apple
  • Drinking: earl grey (you can't beat a good cuppa tea )
I finally have some time to tell you all about my latest project! It is a small project which I only did for fun's sake and also because I wanted to get my mind off of things during these busy months.
As usual I focused on the folklore theme, in this case Dutch folklore, but let me first tell you a bit about the project itself.

The Sketchbook Project:

The Sketchbook Project, an initiative of Art House, is a collaboration of artists who submit their sketchbook in order to create the largest traveling sketchbook library in the world. Thousands of sketchbooks will be exhibited at galleries and museums as they make their way on tour across the USA. After the tour, all sketchbooks will enter into the permanent collections of the Brooklyn Art Library, where they will be bar coded and available for the public to view.
At the moment 28594 artists from 94 countries around the world are participating and one of these artist is me :-)
To find out more about the project and the tour dates please check out their website: www.arthousecoop.com/projects/…

About my Sketchbook:

It will probably not surprise you that I decided to work with the folklore theme  for my own Sketchbook. I thus created a character: Mister Oswald who is a professional folklorist and story-collector. For his work he travels through Holland in order to collect as many folktales as possible. These tales he writes down in his journal, accompanied by drawings he makes and other things he finds on his way.
My sketchbook: Mister Oswald's journal, will thus be a collections of tales and drawings, old and new, put together in one small book. Which I hope many people will enjoy to read and view !

I will upload scans of the journal/sketchbook pages on my blog, Deviant Art account as well as my profile on Art House.
Those of you who are not able to visit one of the exhibitions can thus still see the sketchbook and read the folktales of my country.

You can view the entire contents of the sketchbook here: isabellasart.deviantart.com/ga…

Enjoy!


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Book coming soon! More information can be found here: isabellasart.blogspot.com/sear…

Other places where you can find me:

My Etsy Shop: www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=…

My Folklore Blog:isabellasart.blogspot.com/

My Official Website: www.isabellasart.com/
  • Listening to: Libby Holman Singing "Am I Blue?"
  • Reading: The Mythic and Magickal folklore of Plants
  • Watching: Sherlock Holmes
  • Playing: with my shadow puppets
  • Eating: chocolate nougat
  • Drinking: lavender Tea
This is just a small word of thanks to thank ^snocookie05 (snocookie05.deviantart.com/) for suggesting one of my shadow puppets for a DD. She really puts a lot of time and energy in participating in Deviant art groups and does a lot to promote the work of other Deviants. These are the kind of people that makes this "online community" so warm and welcome and for that I would like to thank her!

Also I would like to thank all my new watchers and all people who took the the time to comment on my work and for all the favs!

It truly means a lot to me! Though these are busy times for me I will try to pay a visit to every gallery of my new watchers. I already have seen some great artists amongst the crowd and I am really looking forward to visit you all!

But for now, thank you :hug:

Yours Truly,
Isabella




Book coming soon! More information can be found here: isabellasart.blogspot.com/sear…

Other places where you can find me:

My Etsy Shop: www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=…

My Folklore Blog:isabellasart.blogspot.com/

My Official Website: www.isabellasart.com/
  • Listening to: Libby Holman Singing "Am I Blue?"
  • Reading: The Mythic and Magickal folklore of Plants
  • Watching: Sherlock Holmes
  • Playing: with my shadow puppets
  • Eating: chocolate nougat
  • Drinking: lavender Tea



It has been a while since I have spoken with you all about the Tell me a story - project. I know some of you might even have had doubts if the book was ever going to be published.
But I can assure you all the book is now almost finnished and we are very close to the publishing date.

I probably don't need to tell you that self-publishing is a lot of work if done properly and of course I wanted to do it properly. That is why I decided not to do it all on my own, instead I have been working with several people: proofreaders, editors and a most talented graphic designer. For the last couple of months we have all been working extremely hard. All texts were edited twice, after this process a couple of people have been proofreading the texts several times. While in the meantime designs for the cover and inside pages were made. The above image is just a sneakpeek of the hardcover design we are working on and beneath you can see the title page of the book. To make the whole project complete we are also working on a paperback version, for which we created a whole other design.




Albeit it has taken all of us lots and lots of work to create two beautiful books on which we all can be proud of. Still there are some minor things which need to be done but soon, very soon I will be able to show you the book; Tell me a story!

(Those of you who have participated in the project will receive an email from me within the week in which you can read your own (edited) piece once more before it will be published in the book.)
  • Listening to: Libby Holman Singing "Am I Blue?"
  • Reading: The Mythic and Magickal folklore of Plants
  • Watching: Tales of the Unexpected
  • Playing: with my shadow puppets
  • Eating: chocolate nougat
  • Drinking: lavender Tea
Yes, I have returned safely from my trip to France! I have had such wonderful time and you wouldn't believe how many legends I have found during this trip. By coincidence we, me and my best friend, came in contact with a writer who knows all about the legends and mysteries of that area and for four days he drove us around -ours managed to break down- and showed us many places connected with these tales. Through the years he has written three books on the subject and of course I wanted to have these books!

Before I left I told you all I planned to keep a diary, make illustrations and of course tell you all about these legends. Because of the many, many legends I found I haven't been able to finish the drawings before my return. As it is simply impossible to show you all my work at once I will post a new drawing and legend once a week. Eventually I will combine all these drawings and stories and make one webpage for it so you can read them all if you like.

Another thing which has kept me busy lately are werewolves......
More about this you can find here: fav.me/d2ua7xe

Also some news about the Tell Me A Story Project and the book will follow later this week. No, I haven't forgotten about it :-)

Yours truly,
Isabella
  • Listening to: Lee Morse - Where the Shy Violets Grow
  • Reading: Histoires et Legendes de la Provence Mystér
  • Watching: Hitchcock Presents
  • Playing: Harmonica
  • Eating: cake with clotted cream
  • Drinking: Honey Tea
This is just a small post I am writing to let you all know I will be leaving Holland and spend the next two weeks in Southern France. It is going to be a trip filled with legends, myths and mysterious cults!

I am taking my journal and drawing tools with me so I can make illustration of the stories I find during this trip and keep a journal of all the things I have seen and heard.

So, do come back and take a peek after a week or two, because I will be putting fragments of my travel-journal on Deviant art and my blog and you can read about the many legends I encountered and see the sketches I have made.

Also, an update of my book will follow and maybe I can show you all some tiny details of the cover design.....

But for now, Au revoir!


MY BLOG: isabellasart.blogspot.com/
  • Listening to: Lee Morse - Where the Shy Violets Grow
  • Reading: Histoires et Legendes de la Provence Mystér
  • Watching: Hitchcock Presents
  • Playing: Harmonica
  • Eating: cake with clotted cream
  • Drinking: Honey Tea
Recently I have been 'redecorating' my blog. I know my blog isn't finished yet, but the main adjustments are made so I thought it was time for a give-away to celebrate this 'new look'.

I will be giving away a shadow puppet on May 29. To participate just leave a comment on my blog (not here, please) and tell me how to contact you, by giving me your email address or a link to your own blog or DA Page.

The winner can pick out any puppet he or she likes!

VISIT MY BLOG: isabellasart.blogspot.com/2010…
  • Listening to: Lee Morse - Where the Shy Violets Grow
  • Reading: Histoires et Legendes de la Provence Mystér
  • Watching: Hitchcock Presents
  • Playing: Harmonica
  • Eating: cake with clotted cream
  • Drinking: Honey Tea
Just a small message to let everyone know that I have found an editor as well as a graphic designer for my book.
I would like to thank all of you who have taken the effort to send in their work and have showed interest in my project.

Thank you all so much!

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Places where you can find me:

My Etsy Shop: www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=…

My Folklore Blog:isabellasart.blogspot.com/

My Official Website: www.isabellasart.com/
  • Listening to: Lee Morse - Where the Shy Violets Grow
  • Reading: Histoires et Legendes de la Provence Mystér
  • Watching: Hitchcock Presents
  • Playing: Harmonica
  • Eating: cake with clotted cream
  • Drinking: Honey Tea
The 'Tell me a story - project' is soon finished and being published. There are just a few more stories left to illustrate but after that I can take the next step; to compile all the wonderful stories and illustrations and end up with a book.

Now, to make this book a good one I will need some help from a few people as I am of course not able to do everything by myself to the highest standards: English is not my first language and if I would design the cover as well that would be a bit of an 'overkill'. As this project is more a work of love then meant to net me a lot of profit I won't be able to pay the regular salaries but.....



Thus there are two kinds of people I am looking for:

- Designer for Book Cover:

Your will design a stunning looking front/back cover for the book. You are free to use your own creativity, but the design must include illustrations or fragments of the illustrations I made for the book. The whole should of course connect to the folklore theme somehow. I do not have a clue what it should be yet so surprise me with your ideas and creativity! Anyone who thinks he can do the job is free to react on this call.

Payment: 110 EURO/ 150 USD(approx)
Next to this the name of the designer will be mentioned in the book (and won't it look great on your resume!).

If you are interested, please send me a private message.  Please include a link to your portfolio or send some of your best work and tell me about your ideas for the book cover.


- An English Language Editor:

Your job would be to read the manuscript of the book and correct wrong spelling and incorrect grammar.
Of course your English must be PERFECT. It does not have to be your first language nor do you have to be a graduated English student, but you must have enough experience with the English language to clean up the text.
Preferable I am looking for someone who has some experience in editing/writing texts, this is not mandatory however.

Payment: 180 EURO / 240 USD(approx)
Next to this the name of the editor will be mentioned in the book (and won't it look great on your resume!).

If you are interested, please send me a private message and we will talk about it in more depth.
Please, also state if you have any experience with this kind of work and if so what kind of work it is you have done.



Right now I am keeping all options open, so tell me what you think and would like to do and I will contact you as soon as possible.

Please note: Payments outside Europe can only be made through Paypal!

MORE INFORMATION ON THE PROJECT CAN BE FOUND HERE: tellmeyourstory.weebly.com/ind…
  • Listening to: Lee Morse - Where the Shy Violets Grow
  • Reading: Histoires et Legendes de la Provence Mystér
  • Watching: Hitchcock Presents
  • Playing: Harmonica
  • Eating: cake with clotted cream
  • Drinking: Honey Tea


The winners of the give-away contest are....

Winners from Deviant Art:
- luciediamonds
- Mulle-chan

Winners from my blog:
- Karla Hardersen
- Sara
- PJ


Congratulations! I will contact you as soon as possible!
  • Listening to: Lee Morse - Where the Shy Violets Grow
  • Reading: Histoires et Legendes de la Provence Mystér
  • Watching: Hitchcock Presents
  • Playing: Harmonica
  • Eating: cake with clotted cream
  • Drinking: Honey Tea


finally an update of the Tell me a story project!

ABOUT THE PROJECT:
For those who are not familiar with the Tell me a story project yet: the project's goal is to collect fascinating, known and unknown, folk-tales from all over the world. Illustrate them and share them.
Instead of just taking stories from books, the aim is to 'collect' these stories directly from the source, the people; you. Isabella Baudelaire (that's me), a 24 year old Dutch artist who specializes in portraying folklore, myths and legends, will illustrate these wonderful stories.  Eventually all these illustrations combined, of course accompanied by the original stories and background information will be  published as a book.

For more information on the project, and how to participate, please check out my previous blogpost here: isabellasart.blogspot.com/2009…

THE FINAL DEADLINE:
The submission deadline is slowly aproaching.... Those who still wish to submit their story, please be quick because the final deadline is set on March 14th, 2010.
If you would like to submit your story but you are not able to make this deadline, don't worry, just send me a message so I will know and you can submit your story a little later. But please do send a message beforehand!

A SHOP:
In the course of this week prints of the illustrations will become available at my website! These prints are a limited edition of twenty and are sold for 13 dollars each (including shipping). Every third print is for free.
If you like to have a print you can also send me a message here, on Deviant Art (please note, I can only accept payments outside of Europe through paypal).

AND FINALLY THE GIVE-AWAY CONTEST!!!
Because I have reached the halfway-point in the project, I thought it is time to celebrate this little "victory". And thus I will be giving away 5 sets of prints. These sets will contain six small prints of illustrations made for the Tell me a Story project. Best of all you are allowed to pick your own six favorite prints! Here is a link to the illustrations you can choose from: isabellasart.deviantart.com/ga…;
In the course of next week more will be added to this gallery, so perhaps wait  a while before making your pick. To participate just leave a comment on the bottom of this page and tell me how to contact you, either through deviant Art or by Email. I will then, Friday-night (CET), March 5th  randomly pick out five names and contact the winners. GOOD LUCK!

  • Listening to: Lee Morse - Where the Shy Violets Grow
  • Reading: Histoires et Legendes de la Provence Mystér
  • Watching: Hitchcock Presents
  • Playing: Harmonica
  • Eating: cake with clotted cream
  • Drinking: Honey Tea
vintage christmas

I just want to thank all of you who has supported me during this marvelous and exciting year. I know it is a cliche, but I could not have done it without you. Through time I have received so many lovely messages and comments and they really helped me through times when I felt insecure or when I was tired and had my doubts about continuing this work.

Also I want to thank all of you who submitted their story for the "Tell me a story- Project". Thank you so much! I will continue the project in the New Year, so for those whose story was not illustrated yet, don't worry, I will get back to those stories very soon.

To show my appreciation I would like to give you all a fairytale as a Christmas gift. It is one of the most beautiful Christmas tales I have ever read. I hope you will enjoy reading it:

The Fir Tree by Hans Christian Andersen: hca.gilead.org.il/fir_tree.htm…


And for now, Happy Holidays to all of you and see you in the New Year!

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Other places where you can find me:

My Etsy Shop: www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=…

My Folklore Blog:isabellasart.blogspot.com/

My Official Website: www.isabellasart.com/

The "Tell me a story-Project" website: tellmeyourstory.weebly.com/
  • Listening to: Lee Morse - Where the Shy Violets Grow
  • Reading: Histoires et Legendes de la Provence Mystér
  • Watching: Hitchcock Presents
  • Playing: Harmonica
  • Eating: cake with clotted cream
  • Drinking: Honey Tea
I am still very busy due to the Christmas sales and also because I am currently redecorating my house.... However, I just wanted to have the website, for the Tell me a story - project , finished before the end of this year. So, here it is.

For those who are not familiar with the project, please check out my previous blog post here: isabellasart.blogspot.com/2009…
(Of course if you haven't you can still send in new stories! They are always welcome and very much appreciated.)

tellmeyourstory

Click picture to see the new website.

It is not entirely perfect yet but I will work on that during the coming months. Nevertheless I hope you will all enjoy it!

Yours Truly,
Isabella

PS: Many new things are coming; paper-cut art, amulets, sculptures, drawings and lots more. Also, I will be giving away some items in the new year; so stay tune!
  • Listening to: Lee Morse - Where the Shy Violets Grow
  • Reading: Histoires et Legendes de la Provence Mystér
  • Watching: Hitchcock Presents
  • Playing: Harmonica
  • Eating: cake with clotted cream
  • Drinking: Honey Tea
Here's a short update on the project as I want to keep you informed why I am not posting new stories and illustrations as often as I used to.
Due to the large amount of custom-orders and a lot of regular sales I have a lot on my mind and as I don't want to rush my drawings I think it is best if I just take it easy on the project for a while. This does not mean I won't be posting new stories and illustrations at all, just not as much as I used to.

I will however launch a dedicated website within two weeks, just need to do some finishing and then it is able to go live. The focus will thus be on PR during November. But once the Christmas-rush has passed and we are all sitting at home near the tree, watching the chimney for Santa, I will pick up where I left and illustrate a new story every week.

Thus, if you have submitted a story which I haven't illustrated yet, I will come to it and appreciate it a lot. Of course if you haven't you can still send in new stories! They are always welcome and very much appreciated.


tellmeastory

For those who are not familiar with the project, and would also like to see their story get illustrated, please check out my previous blog post here: isabellasart.blogspot.com/2009…
  • Listening to: Lee Morse - Where the Shy Violets Grow
  • Reading: Histoires et Legendes de la Provence Mystér
  • Watching: Hitchcock Presents
  • Playing: Harmonica
  • Eating: cake with clotted cream
  • Drinking: Honey Tea
tellmeastory

Your grandmother always told you not to venture near this dark, ruined house on the edge of the forest. At first she wasn't too particular why you shouldn't but when you asked her some years later  she told you this tale of  legend and superstition. I am interested in these stories and I know others will be as well.


About the "Tell me a Story"Project:

The project's goal is to collect enough fascinating, known and unknown folk tales from all over the world to fill an illustrated book. Instead of taking stories from books the project aims to 'collect' these stories directly from the source: the people, you. On a regular basis Isabella will illustrate a submitted story. He or she who submitted this story will receive a free print of the illustration. Eventually all these illustrations combined, of course accompanied by the original stories, will be published in a book.
Isabella will update her blog regularly on the progress of the "Tell me a Story" project.

How to participate in the  project:

Participating in the project is rather simple: Send your story! Multiple submission allowed. As not all stories will be illustrated sending in more then one story will enlarge the chance of one of them being illustrated.
If your story is chosen you will receive a free print. Next to this, both story and illustration will be published in the book. Please state beforehand if you want your name and hometown to be mentioned or rather wish to remain anonymous.

What am I looking for:

Every story connected with folklore is welcome. This can be anything: maybe there is a haunted cemetery or  mansion in your home-town, or you remember this fantastic story your grandmother told you when you were young. Is Bloody Mary haunting your mirror as well or do you know another urban myth which circulates at your school. Personal encounters, rituals or superstitions are very interesting as well. This story can be traditional or modern as well. I am looking forward to every story you will surprise me with, and not only me, the readers of the blog as well.

A few 'rules' and notes:

- When you are ready to submit the story send an email to info@isabellasart.com, or send me a note.

- There is no word limit or anything but don't be too comprehensive, I intend to reserve a single page for each story.

- Please keep in mind this is no writing-contest, I am looking for folk tales, not stories made up.

- Everyone who submits will receive an answer, it might take a few days as I can be fairly busy now and then, but you will get a note in return from me for sure!

- Once I have selected a story to illustrate, you will receive a small 'contract', nothing fancy, nothing scary just to have everything sure for the both of us.

About Isabella:
Isabella is a Dutch artist/illustrator who is hugely interested in...., no passionately about, portraying folklore, myths and legends. The "Tell me a story" project is thus something very close to her heart.


I AM STILL LOOKING FOR STORIES!


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I've been tagged by ,  :iconvelvetina211: a little while ago.
So, I have to write 8 things about me and then tag 8 friends of mine, well here we go....

1- I am a daydreamer, I can look at the clouds for hours not noticing that time is passing by...
2- I have a fascination for noses, I like eccentric shapes and unusual sizes.
3- For a long time I had the desire to become a housemaid, working in a beautiful English land house standing on top of a hill. (quite specific, I know...)
4- I always wear a rosary with me.
5- I always dreamed of having a grandfather with an Irish accent who would tell me tales of the supernatural, fairies and ghosts. But allas I am Dutch....
6- I sing folk-songs when I am hand-washing the dishes like, "over the hills and far away", "Will You Go Lassie.." or "Get along home, Cindy Cindy"
7- I have never danced with a man, but I have dreamed of it many times.
8- My favorite food and drink is a cup of caramel tea with a slice cake and clotted cream with sugar.


I tag:

:iconcelluke:  :iconzimleea:  :iconmerrymeeper:  :iconkarringray:

:iconarzhez:   :iconirishcompass:  :iconmariaaragon64:  :iconalwisw:


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Other places where you can find me:

My Etsy Shop: www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=…

My Folklore Blog:isabellasart.blogspot.com/

My Official Website: www.isabellasart.com/

Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Isabell…

My column at Dante's Heart: dantesheart.blogspot.com/searc…
  • Listening to: Nick Lucas - Tip, Toe Through The Tulips
  • Reading: Ghosts in Irish Houses
  • Watching: book pages
  • Playing: with shadow puppets
  • Eating: white chocolate with cherries
  • Drinking: Caramel Tea
I'm back from my vacation! I had a wonderful time up in the mountains of France. I stayed at the abbey of Sainte Odile for a couple of days (shown below) and spotted many legends on my way, which I will share with you later on.

mont-sainte-odile

Also I would like to thank everyone for their kind words and support. I will answer all messages I received as soon as I can.

Warmest Regards,
Isabella

MY FOLKLORE BLOG: isabellasart.blogspot.com/
MY ETSY SHOP: www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=…
MY COLUMN AT DANTE'S HEART: dantesheart.blogspot.com/searc…
  • Listening to: Nick Lucas - Tip, Toe Through The Tulips
  • Reading: Ghosts in Irish Houses
  • Watching: book pages
  • Playing: with shadow puppets
  • Eating: white chocolate with cherries
  • Drinking: Caramel Tea
It's finally there..... my new blog! A blog devoted to my art and love for folklore.

over the hills and far away

Here I will write about my adventures as an illustrator of myths, legends, superstition, folk songs and all other things related to folklore. You will also follow my work as a writer and film maker. But most importantly you will find here the most beautiful collection of folk stories and folk songs.

As I have just started this blog there is not much to see yet, but in the upcoming weeks you will be able to read articles such as:
'The Shadow as a manifestation of the soul; and it's association with life and death.'
(An article I have written about superstition concerning shadows.)

I will show my latest drawings and tell you all about the legends behind the illustrations.

Besides this you can see my first try outs as a film maker. For the short films I make I use really old techniques, so that should be really neat.
And yes, my film production are related to myths and legends as well.

I hope I will be able to make beautiful things and to preserve these old stories, which I love so much and want to share with others.

As I can use all the support I can get, I hope many of you will follow my blog.
It's really hard working in this branch as there is a minor interest in folklore, especially in the Netherlands, where I live. So every support would be more then welcome!

Thank you!
Isabella

Visit my blog!: isabellasart.blogspot.com/
  • Listening to: Nick Lucas - Tip, Toe Through The Tulips
  • Reading: Ghosts in Irish Houses
  • Watching: book pages
  • Playing: with shadow puppets
  • Eating: white chocolate with cherries
  • Drinking: Caramel Tea
Yesterday I received my new laser cut shadow puppets by mail!

For those who are interested there are currently 8 new designs available at my Etsy Shop, which you can find here: www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=…

Find me a prince

I hope you all like them!


Lots of Love,
Isabella
  • Listening to: Nick Lucas - Tip, Toe Through The Tulips
  • Reading: Ghosts in Irish Houses
  • Watching: book pages
  • Playing: with shadow puppets
  • Eating: white chocolate with cherries
  • Drinking: Caramel Tea
This journal entry is fully dedicated to MyntKat :iconmyntkat: , who was so generous and kind to give me a 3 month Subscription!
I'm really, really happy with it although I'm still figuring out what all those buttons do....

Anyway, you might see some changes when you visit my Deviant Art page (on which I am still working).
I must admit, I do like all those little gadgets, so who knows, I might keep it this way...


And thank you once more MyntKat. I was truly touched by your gesture.
  • Listening to: Leadbelly - Whoa, back buck
  • Reading: Outlaw Tales
  • Watching: Raindrops falling from the sky
  • Playing: with shadow puppets
  • Eating: Toast with honey
  • Drinking: Herbal Tea
I am back from my little vacation, almost recovered from my fever and my scanner is working again!
So the upcoming weeks I will be placing many new drawings and shadow puppets here on DA.
I will have to catch up with a lot of work though, as I haven't been able to work for three weeks. But that's alright, I'm just incredibly happy I'm back on track again.

So, if you are curious about all my new creations keep a close eye on me. Because many new things are coming!

Yours Truly,
Isabella

PS: Also many thanks to all of you who kept supporting my work in the mean time. I can not thank you enough!

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My official website: www.isabellasart.com/
My Etsy Shop: www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=…

My Blog: www.isabellasart.com/weblog/
My Column at Dante's Heart: dantesheart.blogspot.com/searc…

And Moleskin journals depicting one of my drawings called 'visiting the moon' can be found here: www.modofly.net
  • Listening to: Leadbelly - Whoa, back buck
  • Reading: Outlaw Tales
  • Watching: Raindrops falling from the sky
  • Playing: with shadow puppets
  • Eating: Toast with honey
  • Drinking: Herbal Tea