Illustrations by Esra Røise. Oslo, Norway.
Like the “ö” in German. But if you don’t know that, I don’t know how to write the pronounciation. Hmm? ;)
so its not pronounced anything like an English “o”?
Well, it’s not totally diffrent. It just sounds like a weird “o” Click on the button on the right next to “Hölle” to hear how it’s pronounced: http://dict.leo.org/ende?lp=ende&p=wlqAU.&search=H%F6lle
It’s pronounced like the french word for water. ‘Eau’.
i love this!
I love to do it as well as your
AAAAAAAAAA!!ª_ª I just love this!…great colors!
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wonderful work! i love it!
OMG this stuff is incredible. Fuck*ng love it
the first is absolutely brilliant, it is so alive! and also the colored tattoos are really beautiful as well.
love her use of pencil and watercolor. very interesting style.
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Very cool, I like the colors, beautiful style .
amazing. love the use of watercolour…
These are wonderful! Grafic is brilliant.
You are now one of my favorite artist! I have been working on piecies like this but this is entirely different. Your drawing are slightly cartoon-ish but still realistic. I love all of these so much!!
love your style
So talented just love your pic’s
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