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Remember it is April 1st

Remember it is April 1st

The store is NOT closing!! See small print below the lying, I mean the lion. I couldnt resist a cheeky April Fools gag on Facebook, sorry, love that you came to find out more though ❤  

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All about Alice

alice alice in wonderland

All about Alice

So a lovely friend of mine asked if I had thought about drawing Alice in Wonderland. And I thought about it, and thought what a great idea. So here is my work.! It took me about 6 hours. I put so many coats of ink and pencil on the Mad Hatter's coat I almost went through the paper. And it's thick paper! I am well pleased with the March Hare, and the dodo well he is extinct right?! I was a little uncertain of my Cheshire Cat, you can tell I am heavily Burton influenced but I adore tigers so...

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How to Become a Patron of The Tiny Art Co

How to Become a Patron of The Tiny Art Co

I must admit I am very excited that I have now launched my Patreon Page. This allows you to become a Patron of The Tiny Art Co and receive regular art prints and prize draw entries in return for a pledge from less than £2 a month!! Please visit www.patreon.com/thetinyartco for more information. Happy New Year everyone Kind regards, Bob at The Tiny Art Co

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A to Z of fabulous gifts!!

A to Z of fabulous gifts!!

Bob picks out this month's best Christmas present ideas from The Tiny Art Co A is for Animal. The perfect gift for the animal lover with hundreds of animals individually drawn in the background.  B is for Bug. Enjoying "I'm a celebrity, Get Me Out of Here"? Then you'll love this art print featuring dozens of creepy crawlies!  C is for Coaster featuring the adorable Ludo from Labyrinth!    D is for Dinosaur. My own personal favourite drawing. How many dinosaurs can you spot?!   E is for E.T. A better Christmas movie there is not and this playing card sized art...

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You wanted to see my Sketchbooks

about me monsters sketchbook

You wanted to see my Sketchbooks

Facebook fans you asked to see some of my sketch books. This is some of my very early work, way before Small World Pictures and The Tiny Art Co. First up, this is how I doodled during lectures at Art College. It helped me concentrate to draw, I heard every word being spoken. I still doodle during my Finance day-job now, I can't help it. Second up is Sheep. I liked drawing sheep and I still do. The more you draw something the easier it becomes. I have drawn a lot of sheep. I taught myself to write neatly. By...

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