Bavarian little houses and deep forests of old Scandinavian and alpine
fairytales... are my latest love!!! I get all cheerful n fuzzily smiley
when i'm drawing them :)
Fairytales, fairytales, fairytales!!! I've been putting Bavarian Tales on paper for some time now! Is there a better way to enjoy a fairytale from creating your own or your own interpretations of them??
(apart maybe from being read one :)))
In my latest artwork, "My! What big heart you have..." Little Redhood travels across the Black Forest to be-friend the wolves. She said...
" Grandma...I'm crossing the Black Forest to make up with the wolves..." and she did !
But Black Forest has 2 sides.... The bright and cheerful fairytale and the dark and mysterious one.
This new piece is of course on the bright side of things as little Redhood is on wolf's back and not his belly... but I'm thinking of creating the dark side too.
Most old fairytales were quite brutal n shocking in the old days anyway, but generations of psychologically scarred little wee ones came to change them into milder versions that we could handle! :D
For the time being, i enjoy the warm feeling i get, thinking their unique encounter and connection!
It must be so fluffy n warm on a wolf's back :)
"My! What big heart you have..." is right now in the shop!! You'll be seeing many more of my tales very soon :))