If you go down to the woods today … an inky rendition

Reblog; Fellow creative and inky illustrator Kate Leonard shares some fabulous and textural photos she took whilst out exploring on an Autumnal spree.

 

Inspiration for creating art from nature is a great and never ending source, especially with the changing seasons.
I love Spring and Summer for all the great big blousey flowers but as you’ll read here it’s the architectural shapes and textures I love in Autumn and Winter.
Looking forward to seeing what Kate creates from her photos, how are you getting on with your explorations for inspiration?

♡MG x

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It’s autumn and I can tell not just by the fact I wear at least 3 layers of clothing before I venture outside (I’m a wimp to the cold) but also because the leaves are falling and everything outside is changing.

 My creative friend Kim made an autumn post exploring and admiring all the seasons woodland findings whilst on her travels ( take a peek here). So taking a bit of inspiration from Kim’spost I thought I’d share with you what autumn goodie I came across after taking a closer look.

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(Moldy but still kinda cute)

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(I remember doing bark rubbings with crayon on paper as a kid do you? 🙂 )

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(As bright and colourful as these are I think they’re more the birdies taste than mine)

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( Not much to say other than it’s a pine cone )

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(It always fascinates me how birds make bedding out of this,  kind…

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