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Introducing commissioned art made just for you

Susanne Kasielke

NEW! I'm now offering commissioned animal and architecture drawings.
Learn more here.

Preserve a meaningful moment with a commissioned piece of art made just for you

Turn your favorite location or furry friend into a realistic pencil sketch. All I need is a photo!
Get the details on my website.

Some of you may have noticed it already, but I wanted to officially announce
that I've started accepting commissions for architecture and animal drawings.
Why am I changing things up a bit?
A while ago I heard the question:

If somebody would pay you to do one thing for the rest of your life, what would it be?

  I immediately knew my answer: drawing with pencil.
That's the reason why 2017 I'm shifting my focus towards illustration.

If you need a unique gift for someone special, I'd love to create an original piece of art for you.

If you have any questions, just hit reply - I'd love to hear from you!


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31 Days 31 Drawings aka inktober 2015

Susanne Kasielke

Every October, artists all over the world take on the INKtober drawing challenge by doing one ink drawing a day the entire month. 2015 is the the first year I participated.
Since I'm always working in pencil & usually very detailed, my goal for this challenge was to start simplifying, stylizing & loosen up more in my work.

I had a lot of fun drawing so many things I've never illustrated before and I was quiet surprised with the results.
I didn't want to spend more than 30 min a day on it, which doesn't seem like a lot. But I have to admit that I cheated a bit by sometimes drawing more than 1 a day, because other days I couldn't find time.
I'm really happy that I kept drawing and that I finished 31 drawings in 31 days.


When it comes to art there are never enough skills you can have and the more you practice the better you get.

 

And here are my 31 drawings: