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To create magical illustrations, I combine animals, people, and the night sky.

Nature fascinates me, especially the night sky! Constellations, stars, the pitch black night, and animals, particularly painting them!

So I decided to start a series in which I would combine these two elements and conjure up some magic!

I do them in black and white with a Moleskine sketchbook and fine liners.

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#1

An illustration created combining the roots of a tree and a deer. Isn’t it wonderful to see hoe the two elements are perfectly combined together resulting in an awesome illustration!

#2

Seems like the spots on the dog goes are a result of a paint flowing from a painting brush. Isn’t it lovely to see a natural process described simply in this way by a simple drawing?

#3

Night sky is portrayed beautifully by combining it with the reindeer. And it can even be seen as a trunk of a tree when seen from another angle.

#4

How do you like this white owl ghost? Isn’t the constellation on the background perfectly mixed with the object of the drawing?

#5

Romance reflected on the theme of nature and the night sky is absolutely stunning! Isn’t it? The moon stands as a witness and as a glow up on the two lovers. 

#6

A lovely combination of a panda and a bamboo tree with a perfect chemistry between the two elements is clearly seen here.

#7 

An element of the modern world too is combined here in the form of bricks to reflect upon the theme of nature. 

#8

Motherly love is portrayed here at it’s best with the night sky being added to it’s element. 

#9

How do you like this new interpretation of Ursa Major? 

#10

Eyes that reflect constellations of a night sky stands as a mirror between the viewer and the illustration. 

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