• 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…

  • Artist life

    #Stephinthestudio

    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

  • Artist life,  Sketchbook

    #StephintheStudio

    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

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    About the Illustrator

    First post on the new blog! Woo! And because it’s my first posting on the new blog, I thought I’d introduce myself a little bit and tell you all about me and my doodles. Why Art? I’ve always drawn for as long as I can remember, more importantly I’ve always enjoyed creating, whether it’s drawing, knitting or even spinning yarn. Drawing was always something that came naturally to me, so when it came to higher education and pursuing a career later on, I knew it had be something creative. Where are you from? Did you go to Art school? Originally, I’m from a little village in the heart of Somerset…