Nr 5 of my illustrations from my Colouring Book being coloured: Steampunk Woman

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in #Inktober, Books, Coloring Book for Adults, Colouring books, Corel PAINTER, CorelDRAW and Corel PHOTO-PAINT, Drawings, Illustration, Indie Publishing, Wacom

Here comes the Steampunk Woman coloured. Straight out of “The Eclectic Colouring Book”. When I started drawing the illustrations for my Indie published Colouring Book, this was one of the very first I made. She has the same steampunk machinery on her back, like she who made it to the book cover. If you too […]

My 4th coloured illustration from The Eclectic Colouring Book 

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Coloring Book for Adults, Colouring books, Corel PAINTER, CorelDRAW and Corel PHOTO-PAINT, Drawings, Illustration, Indie Publishing, Uncategorized, Wacom

I really enjoyed,  loved creating my own indie published Book.  I first said, this is for others to colour. But I can’t hold back now, it’s just so fun. My fourth illustration in my book The Eclectic Colouring Book, I’ve now coloured. I made the drawing in Corel Painter. I used Touch Twin marker pens […]

My 2nd coloured illustration in The Eclectic Colouring Book 

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Coloring Book for Adults, Corel PAINTER, CorelDRAW and Corel PHOTO-PAINT, Drawings, Illustration, Indie Publishing, Wacom

As i continue on my fun quest on colouring my own illustrations, drawings from my own self published / indie published Coloring Book: The Eclectic Colouring Book. Available via Createspace Publishing / Amazon.  For colouring I used Touch – Twin Markers and Faber Castell Pitt Artist Pen. The illustration itself I drew in Corel Painter and […]

Me colouring in my own book The Eclectic Colouring Book 

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Coloring Book for Adults, Colouring books, Corel PAINTER, CorelDRAW and Corel PHOTO-PAINT, Drawings, Freelance & Self Employment, Freelancer, Illustration, Indie Publishing, Uncategorized

​ 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.

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Books, Coloring Book for Adults, Colouring books, Corel PAINTER, CorelDRAW and Corel PHOTO-PAINT, Drawings, Freelance & Self Employment, Freelancer, Illustration, Indie Publishing, Uncategorized

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 […]

View video review and learn how to make a coloring book with Stefan Lindblad, CorelDRAW Master

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in #Inktober, Books, Coloring Book for Adults, Comics & Graphic Novels, Corel PAINTER, CorelDRAW and Corel PHOTO-PAINT, Drawings, Illustration, Indie Publishing, Tutorials Video

Hi guys, I just like to take the opportunity to post two videos, and they are both related very strongly, with CorelDRAW, Corel PHOTO-PAINT and Corel PAINTER. One is a review that came out yesterday on various channels on the internet. Reason i like to post it, is because both these videos are related. It […]

No, Urban Sketchers is not a new movement

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Drawings, Illustration, Uncategorized

The urge to invent new movements on a almost daily basis, is somewhat… well, misleading, when it often really is far from new. And instead is something that should be labeled as reinventing the wheel.  No offense, but this quote from Wikipedia on the so called movement Urban Sketchers, is just wrong, in some respect: “The […]

Coloring book clubs and then my own Stockholm Urban Mix

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Coloring Book for Adults, Colouring books, Drawings, grownups, Illustration, Indie Publishing

When I started making my colouring book for adults, grown-ups, I made it for my own amusement. After five years thinking about it, I finally got myself to create the drawings and planning the book. A lot of work. joy and About Jenny http://nymag.com/thecut/2015/05/meet-the-adults-who-love-to-color.html http://www.ladybridges.com/adult-colouring-book-review/    

My colouring book for adults now in Stockholm Bookstore

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Books, Coloring Book for Adults, Colouring books, Corel PAINTER, CorelDRAW and Corel PHOTO-PAINT, Drawings, Freelance & Self Employment, grownups, Illustration, Indie Publishing

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 […]

New infographic about bicycle lights

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in CorelDRAW and Corel PHOTO-PAINT, Drawings, Illustration, Uncategorized, Vector Art

So, I’ve created a new infographic illustration, about the rules to follow, when go biking the bicycle. About the bicycle lights – and the bell. View this one in more grand format on a computer screen, and other infographics, information design graphics, on my website. Just click the image or this link Made with CorelDRAW. […]

Thank you President Obama, soon Mr.

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in #Inktober, Café, Cafe Stories, Drawings, Freelancer, Illustration, Uncategorized

Thank you President Obama for making your 8 years, although way far from perfect, to at least have a better tone, seriousness and more grown up approach than your predecessor. You inherited a ferocious war, and we all, not only americans, share the effects of it in various ways. Maybe you shouldnt have pulled out […]

My drawing of musical genius Dave Stewart

Posted on 1 CommentPosted in #Inktober, Drawings, Illustration, Uncategorized

As I sit and work with my own art, illustrations and graphic design for various clients, or for my own sole enjoyment & projects, I often listen to music in the background. And occassionally, I´ve discovered, Dave Stewart have either written or worked together with someone, on the tune. The one I enjoy so much […]

My first drawing 2016 – of my love Mia

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in #Inktober, Art, Cafe Stories, Drawings, Illustration

My first drawing 2016, 2 January.  A drawing of Mia, my love & girlfriend sitting in the subway train, heading in to town. An for all you art material nerds out there, like myself, I drew it in my sketchbook on a yellow-ish paper. Drawn with my fav Touch twin marker pen and a Staedtler […]

Drawing a favorite street in my neighbourhood, for Inktober 22, 1015

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Drawings, Illustration

Today I made this new drawing of one of my favorite street corners in my own neighbourhood, in suburbia to Stockholm, Sweden. This place always remind me of a wonderful neighbourhood in San Fransisco, were I walked with my girlfriend Mia. I quickly fell in love with SF, California. There is something special with that […]

My drawing of Bella among the autumn leafes, #inktober 21, 2015

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in #Inktober, Art, Drawings, Illustration

My dog Bella´s walk today, after lunch. Sitting among the autumn leafes in the small forrest. How cute can a four legged be – very cute indeed. This is my todays drawing, illustration for #inktober, 21, 2015. Drawn with markers from ShinHan art Twin touch marker, Promarker, GEO college Pigment Liner on yellow ish paper. […]