The spring illustration to ease the waiting – finished!


Welcome to the weekend on my blog

Good morning, Spring! Well, we are supposed to have spring, right? Where I am the temperatures are currently still not very spring like. But – there is hope.

I have seen forsythia, which are always one of the first signs of spring. And there are, of course, daffodils, but I haven’t seen a crocus yet. But you know what I am seeing while I am driving to work? Buds, lots of lovely buds. Green for leaves, white for magnolia and whitish pink for cherry and other fruit. It won’t be long now. And the temperature should peak in the high 70s, low 80s (~ 25 °C) – niiiiice!

Apart from the pending weather change, there have been no changes here. I still feel like I am in a big hole of work,  work, work and no drive to create much. On my recent biz trip to Toronto I made use of my iPad again and tried out a new technique, which I will be showing you next time.

Since some of you already downloaded last week’s unfinished page, I wanted to share with you today the finished one. As you can see, I have added lots and lots details to the individual shapes, giving you many opportunities to use different colors.

You may  (it is formatted as a US letter sized pdf ready to print) and fill it with all the glorious colors you can imagine. And if you are so inclined, share it with me on any of my social media. Just don’t forget to tag me, so I will be sure to see it.Cheers,



If I have time I will be linking with one or more of the fine people in this collection – check them out!

Spring – the finished coloring page (ready for download, print and coloring)

in my sketchbook with gel pen added in ProCreate App

12 thoughts on “The spring illustration to ease the waiting – finished!”

  1. thank you for being so generous and sharing your illustration with us! It is wonderful to be seeing lots of buds and green finally isn’t it. Happy PPF!

  2. I had already finished coloring your picture when you posted the finished version. I will post it for you sometime today if I can figure out how to do it. I have to say it was a fun project … thank you, Claudia 🙂

  3. Spring is going strong here, along with the coating of green pollen dust. Looks a lot like your lovely drawing, in fact, flowers and birds everywhere!

  4. I can’t believe you come to Toronto — and you are sooo close, and yet sooo far from me!! I love it that you share your art with us!! I think my girls will have lots of fun choosing colours for this wonderful piece. 🙂


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