I can’t believe I’ve been doing my one year of illustration challenge for three months now! Today, it’s time to reveal all the flat illustrations from March.
The main theme for the third month of my illustration challenge was spring. So you can see a lot of plants, flowers and bright colours. I also draw a lot more characters, holiday-themed illustrations and individual plants.
In this post, I’m going to showcase all flat illustrations from March, so day 61 to 91. Same as in January & February all of the vector illustrations were drawn in Adobe Illustrator*. Let’s dive in, shall we?!
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366 DAYS OF ILLUSTRATION CHALLENGE - MARCH
Day 61 - Day 91 - vector illustrations in flat design style
If you can’t wait to see all of the illustrations from March, watch a video below:
Day 61 - Daffodil Pattern for St David’s Day
Hello March! & Happy St David’s Day! To celebrate this Welsh holiday, I drew this daffodil pattern 🌼
Day 62 - Clusia Rosea Plant
An illustration of one of my house plants – Clusia Rosea🌱
Day 63 - Dracaena Janet Craig Compacta Plant
Day 64 - Cherry Blossom in Greenwich Park, London
Last year around Easter, my husband and I went to see Cherry Blossom (Sakura) near Ranger’s House in Greenwich Park with our parents. It was magical 🌸🍒
Day 65 - Woman With Black Hair in a Circle With Flowers
Another lady with flowers 🌼
Day 66 - Globe Scene with Clouds & Sun
I’ve always wanted to draw a globe as I love to travel. Although ever since I moved to London, I feel like I’m travelling to different parts of the world – there’s so much to see & do here!
Day 67 - Woman with Burgundy Hair and Monstera Plant's Leaves in the Back
Day 68 - Woman Running for International Women’s Day
Happy International Women’s Day!!!
Day 69 - Woman Jogging in the Park
Day 70 - Collection of Various Plants in Tea Mugs
The first illustration of my mini-series of plants in tea mugs 🍵🌵🌿
Day 71 - Set of Three Assorted Plants in Tea Mugs
Day 72 - Set of Three Different Plants in Tea Mugs
Day 73 - My Husband and I - Our Wedding Avatars
I can’t believe it’s been over 1,5 years since I drew these avatars. I used them all over our wedding stationery.
Day 74 - Woman Arranging the Flowers in Plants Shop
Inspired by one of the articles from Time Out magazine
Day 75 - Woman Watering Calathea Orbifolia Plant
Day 76 - Gardening Set - Watering Can, Gardening Gloves, Gardening Trowel & Fork
Inspired by my Grandma – today is her birthday 🎁🎉🎂
Day 77 - Shamrock/Clover Beer or Shamrocks/Clovers in a Pint For St Patrick's Day
Happy St Patrick’s Day, despite everything that’s going on 🍀☘️. Keep Calm and Carry on💚
Day 78 - Watering Can With Flowers
Day 79 - Man Standing on a Balcony, Looking at Fields
Day 80 - Banana Plant - Musa Dwarf Cavendish
Day 81 - Fields with Flowers for First Day of Spring
Hello Spring! 🌱🌼☀️
Day 82 - Flowering Basket with Planted Flowers for Mother’s Day
Happy Mother’s Day! 💐
Day 83 - Monstera Deliciosa - Swiss Cheese Plant
Day 84 - Dieffenbachia Camille - Dumb Cane Plant
Day 85 - Man Sitting on a Sofa in a Living Room with a Laptop - Working from Home
Inspired by my amazing husband!
I’ve been working from home for almost 6 years now, so the current situation didn’t really affect my work setup. However, I can imagine how difficult it might be for those who were forced to work remotely for the first time in their life. Hang in there – it’s something you can get used to overtime ❤️
Day 86 - Veggies Pattern/Set - Carrot, Red Onion, Spring Onion, Lettuce & Peas
Day 87 - Yellow Onion, Radish & Tomato
Day 88 - Spring Onion
Day 89 - Three Onion Types: Red Onion, Yellow Onion & White Onion
Day 90 - Spring Vegetables: Tomato, Cucumber, Yellow Onion, Spring Onion, Red Onion, Carrot & Radish
Day 91 - Spring Onion, Cucumber & Carrot
It’s time to wrap up the third month of my one-year illustration challenge! Thank you so much for tagging along 💙
Which of March’s Illustration was your favourite? 😉
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