Art by Gabrielle Rose. I live in Oakland, CA. Watercolor and ink are my favorite media. Get in touch at hello@drawgabbydraw.com.

1808% Funded!

Dang, you guys, the Cthulhu Christmas card Kickstarter project ended up being 1808% funded—that’s $9946!! 

Eric is going to be very busy printing up these letterpress beauties for our 374 backers.

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Hey friends

It’s been quiet on draw Gabby draw! 

We’ve been traveling a lot this summer and early fall and hosting lots of out-of-town guests. Additionally my husband is recovering from knee surgery, which means I am taking care of both him and our baby daughter. Not that I mind, but I have no time left for drawing! In a month or so when he’s back on his feet things will be more normal around here (I hope). In the meantime I’ve closed my shop since I don’t have time to update it or ship things out in a timely manner. 

Keep on arting without me. I’ll catch up soon!

G

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Cthulhu Letterpress-printed Christmas Cards with Foil Accent
I posted a link to this over the weekend, but in case you missed it, my friend Eric is making some pretty great letterpress Christmas cards using a Cthulhu illustration of mine. Cthulhu Christmas cards!!! Click the photo above to visit our Kickstarter page, or click here! We’re already funded, but you can donate if you want to receive some cards of your own to mail out at Christmas. You have until Oct. 26th to reserve cards. Yay!
Cthulhu Letterpress-printed Christmas Cards with Foil Accent
I posted a link to this over the weekend, but in case you missed it, my friend Eric is making some pretty great letterpress Christmas cards using a Cthulhu illustration of mine. Cthulhu Christmas cards!!! Click the photo above to visit our Kickstarter page, or click here! We’re already funded, but you can donate if you want to receive some cards of your own to mail out at Christmas. You have until Oct. 26th to reserve cards. Yay!

Cthulhu Letterpress-printed Christmas Cards with Foil Accent

I posted a link to this over the weekend, but in case you missed it, my friend Eric is making some pretty great letterpress Christmas cards using a Cthulhu illustration of mine. Cthulhu Christmas cards!!! Click the photo above to visit our Kickstarter page, or click here! We’re already funded, but you can donate if you want to receive some cards of your own to mail out at Christmas. You have until Oct. 26th to reserve cards. Yay!

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A fantastic illustration by Noah Klocek. I believe this is work from a (hopefully!) forthcoming picture book.
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More development work from Yuri and the Golden Plum. This was intended to be a poster for the project.
A fantastic illustration by Noah Klocek. I believe this is work from a (hopefully!) forthcoming picture book.
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More development work from Yuri and the Golden Plum. This was intended to be a poster for the project.

A fantastic illustration by Noah Klocek. I believe this is work from a (hopefully!) forthcoming picture book.

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More development work from Yuri and the Golden Plum. This was intended to be a poster for the project.

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More doodling with colored pencil.

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Doodled with Prismacolors earlier today. I have this giant set of them that I have used only a handful of times, but it’s good practice. Also, no mixing colors!

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Hiking near Mt. Tam.
Hiking near Mt. Tam.

Hiking near Mt. Tam.

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A doodle. Watercolor, ink, and some mint colored craft paint that I don’t even remember why I bought in the first place. See it nice and big here.
A doodle. Watercolor, ink, and some mint colored craft paint that I don’t even remember why I bought in the first place. See it nice and big here.

A doodle. Watercolor, ink, and some mint colored craft paint that I don’t even remember why I bought in the first place. See it nice and big here.

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Sometimes we
Sometimes we

Sometimes we

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I feel like I’ve aged a ton in the past year and a half.

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I finished this. A quick color experiment that I took forever to actually do. Watercolor and pencil on hot pressed watercolor paper.
I finished this. A quick color experiment that I took forever to actually do. Watercolor and pencil on hot pressed watercolor paper.

I finished this. A quick color experiment that I took forever to actually do. Watercolor and pencil on hot pressed watercolor paper.

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These three prints are 20% off through next Tuesday! They are Nature Girl, Lumpy Living Thing, and Dom. You can get them in my shop at drawgabbydraw.goodsie.com.

EDIT: This sale ended a while back. Thanks for looking!

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This line drawing has been sitting on the top page of one of my watercolor blocks for forever. I finally started painting it using colors that were already mixed on my palette from something I made before. Doing so overrides what my typical color choices would’ve been for this (green, blue). Let’s see if I can actually finish it.
This line drawing has been sitting on the top page of one of my watercolor blocks for forever. I finally started painting it using colors that were already mixed on my palette from something I made before. Doing so overrides what my typical color choices would’ve been for this (green, blue). Let’s see if I can actually finish it.

This line drawing has been sitting on the top page of one of my watercolor blocks for forever. I finally started painting it using colors that were already mixed on my palette from something I made before. Doing so overrides what my typical color choices would’ve been for this (green, blue). Let’s see if I can actually finish it.

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