A simple recipe

Illustrated recipes can be so universal. And simple too. I illustrated this recipe before, and submitted it to the They Draw And Cook website. But I like this herb tea so much, I did another drawing, using dip pen and ink. The background is done with watercolours.
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Of course, I can't resist doing a little ad here because I'm just so very proud of the new workshop I created. You can still join this week, so if you want to get that kick in the butt to make some fun drawings, learn from experts (They Draw And Cook's Salli Swindell will be a guest in our group, to give some great advice on illustrating recipes!) and create awesome illustrations, click here to join today

Here's also a couple of 'Foodles' (food doodles) I made. 
Just having some fun with pen and paper.


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