Artist Makes Beautiful Watercolor Images Of Houses She Sees

Tonia Tkach ןs an illustrator and travel enthusiast who is now currently living and working in Tyumen, Siberia. The Ukrainian artist specializes in painting storybook illustrations inspired by everyday life, travel, and the things that surround her.

Her latest series, Flower Alley, is inspired by the historic towns of mainland and Eastern Europe. The adorable little houses, barns, and windmills are surrounded by various plants, mainly flowers, and adorable tiny animals. In her work, she mostly uses watercolor technique to create her fantasy world where fairies could live, however, she also works with pencils and makes digital drawings, as well.

She shares her illustrations on her social media accounts. On her Instagram page, she has attracted more than 145 thousand followers, and her YouTube videos of drawing tutorials has been viewed over two hundred times.

If you are interested to see her work, just keep on scrolling. Don’t forget to follow the arrows for more amazing images!

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Привет❤️ Ещё вчера закончила эту картинку✏️🙌☺️ Шестая улочка для #tonia_tkach_flowertown готова! Очень рада, что вовремя вспомнила про подсолнухи🌻🌻🌻 Всегда они получаются яркими, тёплыми и приносят приятные воспоминания. Кто в детстве не срывал в огороде огромные, сладко пахнущие головки? Или не фотографировался в желтом цветочном поле? А халва, а семечки? А кто знал, что подсолнух относится к семейству астровых? ☺️ Пока не знаю, какие цветы выберу для следующей работы, но хочется что-то сине-голубое💙 P.S. на видео (листайте карусель) включайте звук, я на одном дыхании и со словами паразитами комментирую процесс)))😭😅 Hello I’ve finished this picture just yesterday. Sixth street for #tonia_tkach_flowertown is ready! I am very glad that I remembered about sunflowers in time🌻🌻🌻 They always turn out bright, warm and bring pleasant memories. When being a child, did you tear this huge, sweet-smelling heads in the garden? Or have you ever been photographed in a yellow flower field? And what about sweet halva, and salted roasted sunflower seeds? And who of you knew that the sunflower belongs to the Asteraceae family? ☺️ Don’t know yet which flowers I will choose for the next work, but I definitely want something blue and azure.

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Привет! Ещё одна улочка для #tonia_tkach_flowertown 🌿☺️ Картинку нарисовала со второй попытки, захотелось розовый дом добавить🙃 Под прошлым фото из этой серии указала время, которое трачу на одну такую иллюстрацию и комментарии разделились на: ✏️ „всего 5 часов? Столько деталей, не успеть”; ✏️ “ой здорово, я тоже примерно столько времени трачу”; ✏️ “как 5 часов?! Профи должен рисовать это быстрее!» И, с одной стороны, скорость – полезное качество в работе иллюстратора, но, с другой – не самое важное😚 Не стоит переживать если вы работаете быстрее или медленнее чем ваши коллеги. Главное – удовольствие от процесса и результат, который нравится вам ( хотя бы сутки😭) и вашим заказчикам всегда-всегда🙌 А вы как считаете? Hello! Another street for #tonia_tkach_flowertown. It took me two tries to complete the picture as I suddenly came up with the idea to add a pink house🙃 Under the last photo from this series, where I indicated the time that I spend on such illustrations the comments were divided into: ✏️ “Just 5 hours? So much details need more time”; ✏️ “Oh, great, I spend about that time too”; ✏️ “ 5 hours, seriously?! Pros must to draw faster than that! ” And, on the one hand, speed is a useful quality in the work of an illustrator, but, on the other, it is not THE most important thing. Do not worry whether you work faster or slower than your colleagues. The main thing is to enjoy the process and that you like the result (at least for a day) as well as your customers🙌 What do you think?

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