Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Happy September!

September? Seriously? WoW… time is seriously flying here!. Sometimes I feel really worry when I realize how fast the time is passing… but right now I’m in a really optimist-happy mood :P

I’m totally ready to shake the Summer feeling and looking forward for new seasons… Of course, I live in Miami, that means NO physical season changing, but I’ll do the mental change.


I have BIG hopes for this month J Looking forward for new great things to celebrate. To celebrate the start of this month, here a little gift to you. Click here to download the PDF file.


Also, I create a new print for my shop… because I believe “The best is yet to come”

Happy September!

10 comments:

Ida said...

Oooh - I LOVE the colors in the "The best is yet to come"-print! Gorgeous for autumn! And I adore the tree design too. You're so good!

Thanks for all the inspiration you give me!

chelle said...

You're signature is pretty!

Lori said...

I am loving your new stuff! I have never lived where the seasons do not change much. I would love that I think, except for fall- which is short here in upstate NY but too beautiful for words.

Melissa said...

I love autumn. The cool crisp air feels like new beginnings to me.

aimee said...

beautiful - love your colors on these drawings!

Christine said...

Wow. What a great piece. I haven't been here before - you have a beautiful style.

thedoodlegirl said...

These are just gorgeous! I love your detailed swirls and lines! You are a very patient artist!

Inner Toddler said...

wow! I just discovered your work and I just love every single thing! Even your new highlights (I scrolled down a bit too...) Amazing. Beautiful!

Anairam said...

Fantastic designs - thanks for the PDF - you share your work very generously! I hope that all your dreams and plans for September will be realised, Valentina!

nadia khafagi said...

hi, i just found ur blog and am loving it, i just cant have enough.. i love doing details in my illustrations too but it takes forever to do it in (adobe illustrator)so they are all left in my sketch book:( do u pain colors over the ink? can u please help me with ur Technique!