We celebrated the last EMG Sketch Fest of the year this past weekend, with plenty of lovely holiday-inspired illustrations – along with some fiber and light art! Check out these featured illustrations, then take a turn through the full gallery.
The first illustration submitted to our 116th Sketch Fest is from Ellen Million, founder of our feast: a “Christmas Unicorn” in colored pencils on colored paper. ACEO.
We have another seasonally-appropriate creature with Julie Rabischung’s “Yule Wolf,” drawn in colored pencils and white gouache on toned 5″ x 7″ paper. You can snag the original for only $18!
Rosie Wells’ “Wee Man” was quite popular! This sketch of a tomte with a “Happy New Year” sign drew quite a few admiring glances.
We have another gorgeous unicorn by Linda Sayegh – her “Christmas Unicorn” is all decked out for Christmas and drawn in colored pencils, Sharpie paint pens, and panpastels on Toned Canson Mi-Tientes 6″ x 8″ paper. The original illustration can be purchased for $50.
Becca Moore gave us “The Cartographer,” writing “She may map the destination, but in her heart, it’s the journey that keeps her going.” The original drawing in ink and marker on 8.5″ x 11″ cardstock can be picked up for just $35.
That’s it for tonight – head on over to the #EMGSketchFest gallery to leave some comments for our artists and do some shopping. Then come back to the blog tomorrow for additional highlights!