you can almost taste it

I'm sure there is a perfectly reasonable explanation as to why I've been on a good illustration kick the past couple of weeks. When you have one, please let me know? 

The only one i can really put my finger on at the moment is that I am illustrating them based on their colours; that is to say I am creating an edible rainbow. 

No, wait. I am illustrating an edible rainbow. You might want to fondle or lick these illustrations; hold them up to your nose and try and smell their freshness, but I'd refrain. Paper tastes gross and yer friends will think you've gone 'round the bend and watercolour fixative will leave a weird film on your tongue, I assume. 

But they sure are fun to look at.

 pomegranates, pen & watercolour on cold pressed paper, 8x8(in), SOLD, 2016

pomegranates, pen & watercolour on cold pressed paper, 8x8(in), SOLD, 2016

 rainbow carrots, pen & watercolour on cold pressed paper, 8x8(in), SOLD, 2016

rainbow carrots, pen & watercolour on cold pressed paper, 8x8(in), SOLD, 2016

 yellow squash, pen & watercolour on cold pressed paper, 8x8(in), $100 + GST, 2016

yellow squash, pen & watercolour on cold pressed paper, 8x8(in), $100 + GST, 2016

 pickles, pen & watercolour on cold pressed paper, 8x8(in), $100 + GST, 2016

pickles, pen & watercolour on cold pressed paper, 8x8(in), $100 + GST, 2016

 blue plums, pen & watercolour on cold pressed paper, 8x8(in), $100 + GST, 2016

blue plums, pen & watercolour on cold pressed paper, 8x8(in), $100 + GST, 2016