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Commissions are open

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5 slots for headshots are available for now.

  • Sketch: 25€
  • Ink: 35€
  • Watercolor: 55€

Here are examples for each variation:


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

♥ I will draw: fanart, OCs
♥ I will not draw: anthro, mecha, gory stuff (skulls are fine though)

  • Worldwide shipping is included in the prize
  • A high resolution scan of the finished commission will be mailed to you as well.
  • 1 character per commission
  • Payment: Paypal only, upfront

Please include a description and reference images in your mail. If you’re interested in a commission, send a mail at request@zeichenwut.com.

These commissions are for personal use only. For commercial work, please use the inquiry form provided on the contact page.

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Workshop: Drawing plants with coloured pencils, Hamburg

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Last Saturday I attended the workshop „Drawing plants with coloured pencils“ held by Elke Hanisch. The workshop took place in a very cozy location in Hamburg St.Pauli, which I already knew from Chris Campe’s Lettering workshop last year. She was also the one who invited Elke to give this workshop. I’ve found Elke’s wonderful botanical drawings through Chris Campe’s Instagram account and was enchanted right away. So it was a no-brainer that I booked a spot when a workshop in Hamburg was announced. It has been a while since I’ve done studies of plants and flowers and I was eager to learn more about coloured pencils as a drawing medium.

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Du hast nur ein wildes, kostbares Leben

52 WoL – Week 52: Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life

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Tomorrow the year will end already. And like every year it passed way too quickly. A lot has happened the last 12 months. The move to a new city and starting my freelance career have been the most exciting events this year. I have learned a lot and met interesting new people. 2016 hasn’t been boring at all.

With a new year coming up shortly it’s time to make New Year’s resolutions and plans for the upcoming year.

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52 WoL – Week 51: Merry Christmas

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It’s the most wonderful and for a lot of people the most stressful time of the year: Christmas. Maybe your tree is already decorated or your have to do some last minute christmas shopping. Whatever you still need to do, I wish you a lot of patience and serenity for the tasks.

I’ll be driving home to my family for Christmas today. Something I’ve been looking forward a lot in the past weeks. Decorating the tree, a family dinner and cozyness included.

However you’ll spend your Christmas days, I wish you a wonderful time with the people who you love and that matter most to you.

Merry Christmas,
Meike

52 WoL – Week 49: There’s only one way, your way.

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To enter unknown territory is a unique challenge. Uncertainty creeps into our heads and of course we’re looking towards people, who have gone before us on the path we want to take to avoid their mistakes. That’s absolutely normal and useful. But after a while we need to find our own way to get to our destination or we end up as imitators of our idols. Because we learn mainly by copying.

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Gib niemals auf

52 WoL – Week 48: Never give up!

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The end of the year approaches rapidly. You have achieved more than you might think. Walked on new paths, have grown with your challenges and overcame some obstacles and failures.

Even if the situation may look dreadful right now, don’t give up. Don’t let your dreams get destroyed by naysayers and narrow-minded people. You can achieve anything, you’ve set your mind to. Maybe not today or tomorrow but in the long run.

Never give up!

Wie wir unsere Tage verbringen, so verbringen wir natürlich auch unser Leben

52 Wol – Week 47: How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lifes

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There are days that are completely for the bin. On these days you turn on your tunnel vision and just get the tasks on your desks done. At the end of the day you’ll probably don’t remember what you’ve done all day long but at least you’ve got everything done. It’s totally alright if that happens every once in awhile. There are always hectic workdays. But if this state become the status quo for weeks or months and one wonders why it’s already fall again, something is seriously wrong.

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