this is an illustration I’ve made for my friend Tsuki, who loves travel, and has a super lovely blog about her trips -> Diario de a bordo
it’s written in spanish but you can go and see her gorgeous pictures º D º
Today is her birthday and she also celebrates the 4th anniversari of Diario de a bordo, so, doble congratulations!! \ º D º /
Today as an extra one Tanabata! \ º D º /
Tanabata 七夕 –story here–
the story of the separated lovers ~♥ it’s sad but it’s cute at the same time, and if they only can see each other once a year, we should celebrate !! \ º D º /
in Japan they celebrate it by writing wishes on small pice of papers and hanging them on bamboo sticks, I’ve made my wishes, what are yours?
whit this illustration I finished the challenge of Japanese monsters & legends, but I’ll post more and new drawings to keep that blog alive n_~~
I hope you enjoy those ones too
Today, after 2 weeks, Urashima Tarou day! \ º D º /
Urashima Tarou 浦島 太郎 –story here–
it’s said that it’s better to post latter than never right? jejeje, so you have my late last Japanese legend drawing, Urashima Tarou, the fishman who down under the sea to meet Princes Otohime n__n !!
As we did that legend before, and as I leave you waiting those days I’m gonna post an extra Japanese legend drawing! \ º D º / so just wait a few seconds no next post jejeje