Me colouring in my own book The Eclectic Colouring Book 

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​ Here is my own illustration & colouring from my book: The Eclectic Colouring Book. PS.  Sorry for the meme text effect on the text, but it’s the only app I found. For colouring I used Touch – Twin Markers,  and Faber Castellated Pitt Artist Pen. Artist: Stefan Lindblad Colouring: Stefan Lindblad You can buy […]

Inspiration for the Eclectic colouring book.

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My inspiration for my second colouring book The Eclectic Colouring Book, available on Amazon, was plenty. I really felt it inspirational to come up with ideas, mixing references, sources by starting to draw two eyes, a tilt of a head position, and then go with it. A lot of my references for each drawing,  illustrations, was […]

My colouring book for adults now in Stockholm Bookstore

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What a nice day, with surprices. Bicycling on Götgatan Street in Stockholm. Pass by and by chance and impromptu moment, go back and enter the local Book Store. The kind of book store you see in feel good movies; “Söderbokhandeln, Hansson & Bruce”. When i leave the store, for a visit to my accountant in […]

The Interview Series: Chantal MacDonald, Graphic Designer

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Name & occupation: Chantal MacDonald, Graphic Designer Website: chantalmac.carbonmade.com STEFAN LINDBLAD: Hi there Chantal MacDonald, thank you very much for participating in my Interview Series with illustrators, graphic designers and sign makers from around the world here on my blog. What year did you start working as a graphic designer. CHANTAL MACDONALD: 2006 I officially […]

I am a specialist illustrator – and a Jack of All Trades

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Today I read an excellent blog article by Darren Di Lieto. He is correct: it is important to stand out as an illustrator and professional. But I have to add my own perspective on the issue, based on my personal experience. Yes, it is true. It is important to stand out. Equally, the term “Jack […]

Freelance is great, but be realistic

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I read an inspirational article on Pulse, LinkedIn, promoting going freelancing. And there is nothing wrong with that of course. (Edit: this is my republishing of my own article I wrote today on my own Pulse LinkedIn page). But as much as it is positive, it would be beneficial also if one had pointed out […]