Today I present some illustrations by Lady Viridis (Beth Zyglowicz), all of which have a lovely sense of whimsy.
I like Autumn Chill so much! Look at the little foxes in the fog! Look at the bark on the trees!
I think this picture shows Ursula Vernon’s influence pretty well – it’s very quirky, fun, and cartoony, yet the turtle is still fairly realistic.
This illustration is lovely. The stars in the sky mirrored in the foreground, the planets and clouds, and the connection between the dragon and the children – all combine for a sweet image (and I mean sweet in the sentimental sense).
Lady Viridis had a brief webcomic called Parallel Parchment that she discontinued after two chapters. This is concept art for a tree that lives in a library. I like the angle, the light splotches, and the round fluffiness of the green leaf clusters.
This last image is a school assignment with the theme “presence without form” – depicting a person without actually showing them. It’s colored pencil (yay!) and even though I personally don’t allow my pencil strokes to show, I like them here. The hatching contributes to the cuteness and implied presence of a child.
Next week I will post a few pictures from Lady Viridis’s “Clockwork Birds” series.