These are some little spot illustrations from a brief that I'm working on with OUP. I haven't included the text here, but eventually I'll be able to.
Ink Illustration of yellow dandelions and their bustling green leaves.
Colourful ink illustration of red poppy flowers blooming
An unkempt British garden can be home to many different kinds of native flora and fauna. My favourite to watch is the poppy. The way its flower bursts out of its bud feels almost a bit violent, and dramatic in its intensity.
There are a variety of butterflies native to these isles, perhaps one of the most notable of which is the immensely colourful peacock butterfly. We also have the shy little European hedgehog, which sadly isn't as common as it once was, due to encroaching human life and urbanisation.
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