Cuppa love original illustration by Zakkiya Hamza of Inkstruck

In my last post I had mentioned how much of a coffee girl I am. I love love love it. It’s one of the things I missed when I was pregnant. I took the decision to stay away from it for the entire period and boy did I miss it or what? I went right back to my favorite beverage after the little one was born. Can’t keep a good thing away for too long right! Ok time to stop rambling and show you my finished illustration. Scroll down a bit for some photographs of my Cuppa love illustration.
For my work in progress go ahead and click the link below

COFFEE ILLUSTRATION WORK IN PROGRESS

Coffee original illustration done by Zakkiya Hamza of Inkstruck studio.Poppies in the background.
Coffee love original illustration by Inkstruck with poppies in the background

For this illustration, I improvised a bit. I had initially done the same thing and messed it up royally. So I started all over again, finished my illustration and stuck the finished artwork on the unfinished one using a 2-sided sticker.

Coffee illustration done by Inkstruck with wins or &newton cowman watercolors,polychromos colored pencils
Coffee illustration done by Inkstruck with wins or &newton cowman watercolors,polychromos colored pencils

Again for those who would like to know what materials I’ve used

1. 2-sided tape
2.Daler Rowney cold pressed watercolor paper
3.Winsor&Newton Cotman watercolor tubes
4.Staedler lumograph pencil in 2H
5.Faber Castell polychromos
6.Pallete
7.Tuff Stik eraser
8.Micron pen
9.White gel pen
10.Lotus Deco watercolor brush

WHAT DO YOU THINK?

Do you think coffee is one of nature’s biggest treasures like me? Or do you think it’s all hyped up? If so, what’s your choice of beverage?Leave me your answers in the comments!

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