Unicorn Snail – Colouring Page!

If you are sitting down with a lovely cup of tea, wishing you had something fun to colour in, then your wish has been granted in a puff of sparkly glittery stuff!

You can download a page of original art for the amazingly low price of 50p to colour in any way you want!

Click to go straight to the shop!

I’d love to see your work so once you’ve finished your awesome colouring, you can post it in the comments for the world to admire – if you want!

(Apologies for triggering any of my American chums for the gratuitous British spelling of color!)

Right! Time to put the kettle on! x


What have been the cutest things around lately, I ask? Why, Baby Yoda and Baby Groot, of course! Oops, I mean ‘Generic Green Baby’ and ‘Generic Tree Baby’ (Please don’t sue me, oh vast and mega-powerful corporation of the Almighty Round-Eared Mouse!) Therefore, it was only natural to double the cuteness and draw them both together.

I used a mix of Windsor & Newton Promarkers, my miserably minute amount of Copics, and some Spectrum noir markers to lay down the base colours. I added colour pencils for subsequent layers mainly Faber-Castell Polychromos and Derwent Drawing. I recently picked up a very, very tiny Sakura Pigma Micron drawing pen (005) which was a dream to pick out very, very tiny lines and details. I hadn’t realised until very recently that Sakura Pigma Microns come in several non-black colours! As soon as this discovery was made, a swift order was sent to Cult Pens. The Blue-Black, Green, Hunter Green and Fresh Green came in very handy. Because I hadn’t really thought of using coloured fineliners in previous drawings, I also reached for my Sepia Derwent Graphik Line Makers (0.3, 0.5 & 0.1) pens which I’ve had for ages but never used for some bizarre reason. These were perfect for Baby Groot’s, Generic Tree Baby’s twiggy details.

I had a load of fun doing this picture and it didn’t take too long either – something I’ve found is usually the case when I use markers for initial layers.

Here are some of the stages leading up to the final picture.

Right! I think it’s time to put the kettle on and have a nice cup of tea!

See you next time! x