These lovely belly dancers have always reminded me of love and Valentine's day - maybe, just maybe it's the pink?
The one above is called "Habibi" an arabic word that is used to describe someone the speaker loves - "My Habibi" is like saying "My love" or "my darling" The belly dancer below is simply called "Valentine belly dancer"
I am in love with watercolor paints and colored pencils. Fun in combination. I might ink it in the future but I loI am loving it at this stage. Side rant: When will winter finally be over? This mama bear has had enough hibernation to last my whole life. Give me spring already.
There is a specific type of flower I've been drawing from the very start. This flower, which looks kind of like a sakura to me, is featured prominently in my Kalila blue belly dancer art. You can find product featuring Kalilah blue belly dancer art in my Belly dancer art shop.
I don't know what it is about it - but I'm drawn to it - at this point it is a bit of a theme or a calling card. I've even thought about getting it tattooed on the back of my neck. Maybe Someday when I'm bored I'll print it out for a tattoo artist. You can find my flower in my LCBrooks shop
My first aquarius is a fairy woman, and as with all of my zodiac series of artwork features the colors generally associated with the sign. With the fairy I was way into it - she is surrounded by Aquarius flowers (orchids)
Both the Aquarius Fairy and the Aquarius belly dancer have the Aquarius symbol tattooed on them. The belly dancer has it on the "part" associated with the sign (ankle)