• Meiliang waterolour review - watercolor for beginners - stephanie male illustration

    Meiliang Watercolour palette Review

    I found this Watercolour set via JacquelinDeleon’s Youtube channel and loved the vivid colours and had to get a set. https://bit.ly/2WjIdVD You can grab the palette yourself via Amazon: https://amzn.to/2WKGJZ1 * **This is an Amazon Affiliate link- I make a small commission for every purchase, but don’t worry you don’t pay extra! This commission helps me to buy more supplies and keep making content and videos for you.

  • Bristol Anime Finished Custom illustrations by Stephanie Male illustration
    Artist life,  Studio Vlog,  Uncategorized

    Bristol Anime & Gaming Convention- Commissions

    It’s been a few months, but I can finally show you my finished custom commissions from the Bristol Anime and Gaming Convention. I didn’t want to post the final commissions until I knew for sure the recipients had received them. I love drawing custom illustrations for people and seeing what others want to see drawn in my style. These illustrations are a few of my favourites from Bristol Anime con-goers; including Caleb from Critical Role’s Mighty Nein. All con commissions I complete are originals, fully coloured using pens and alcohol markers. Every commissioner becomes the sole owner of original custom artwork by Stephanie Male. Would you like to own your…

  • Stephanie male illustration - negative painting watercolors - watercolour for beginners
    Artist life


    Teaching myself Watercolours at the moment- I am a total noob! I’ve been following some great Youtube videos on negative painting and I am in love with the depth of colours it creates 😍 Now to look out for more watercolour techniques to learn, what should I try next? 🤔 Thanks for reading! x

  • Stephanie Male sketch sketchbook - character design illustration - pen drawing
    Artist life,  Sketchbook


    When your quick pen test turns out better than the 1hr drawing 🤦‍♀️🤦‍♀️🤦‍♀️ I’m really enjoying working in my sketchbook at the moment. There’s no pressure for it to be perfect or a certain style- less stressful and more freeing. Just what I need at the moment. I love buying artist sketchbook zines and seeing into their brain a bit more. I’m thinking of putting together a yearly sketchbook zine of my sketches and finished illustrations so you can see the journey. Leave a comment below if that’s something you’d be interested in seeing ❤ Thanks for reading! x