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Worth-a-click blogs

I’d like to post more drawings, comics and the such but I don’t have access to my drawing table most of the time, unfortunately. I  need to find a way to organize my time a little differently. :-/
Any suggestions on how you bloggers work this out?

In the meanwhile, here are some inspiring blogs you should visit:

dabbled

Over at Dabbled, you’ll find tons of crafty tutorials and ressources. This blog have been around for quite awhile but I just recently discovered it.

graphicfairy

The name says it all, it’s the graphic fairy! Lots of vintage images for your personnal creations. It makes me want to take a look at thoses old books again.

nati

I’ve known Nati’s work for a few years, now. She is an italian illustrator and I stumbled on her work when I was in my Anne Rice frenzy. :-p She had done some great illustrations of the novel’s characters. Now, she’s working on her own work and it’s always an inspiration. Do, check it out!

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Worth-a-click blogs

Here are some worth-a-click blogs.  Enjoy! 🙂

illustrophile

Illustrophile is a magazine-type blog who features different illustrator’s work and interviews with them.
It started in 2007 by Toronto-based illustrator Charlene Chua.
Head over to know more about worlwide fellow illustrators.

 freelancefolder

Freelance Folder is also a magazine-type blog. With different subjects about the freelance world. Either if you wish to start working freelance or if you’re already set up as a freelance artist, this site will prove to be useful with useful tips and tricks.

 papercrave

Papercrave is my latest crafty blog crush. I love her attention for details and design in paper and paper accessories. Since it’s “Back to school” time, this is a great blog to visit to be inspired and to even make some desk purchases.


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My name is Fanie and I’m a Montreal based illustrator & graphic designer. You may know me from drawing The Crafty Life comic in CLM. I ♥ comics, vegan food & ghost stories.

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