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Hallo, ich bin Sabrina Hassler, Illustratorin aus Österreich

Hi, I’m Sabrina!

I’m so glad you’re here!

I’m an illustrator and artist from Austria and I LOVE drawing.
Over the years I’ve acquired a lot of knowledge and experience in drawing.
On this blog I want to share my knowledge with you to help you improve your drawing skills!

Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time.

Thomas Merton

LATEST BLOG POSTS

Video-Tutorial: How to Draw Realistic Hair with Pencils

Drawing realistic hair is very complex and takes lots of patience. With my step-by-step guide it will be much easier and hopefully more enjoyable for you!

Draw a rabbit with pencils

In a short time-lapse video you can see how I draw a realistic rabbit with different pencils.

Drawing on Black Paper

Drawing on black paper is great fun! You should try it!

Difficult Drawings

Sometimes it can help to leave a drawing that you are not happy with for a while. Often, after a few hours you are already unconcentrated and you can no longer see the errors. After a while you can continue drawing full of energy.

Spring-Portraits

Take a look at my spring-themed portrait drawings 🙂

How to draw a portrait

You want to draw a portrait, but you don’t know how and where to start? In this guide and video tutorial, you’ll learn how to get amazing results.

Draw a bee with watercolours

I’ll show you two easy ways to draw a bee. So if you have acrylics or watercolours at home – watch my video tutorial and start drawing today!

Tel Aviv

I have worked up my courage and ventured into a new adventure – I am now officially a “digital nomad”. I have been living in Tel Aviv for three weeks now and the way of life is starting to rub off on me. Read the next paragraphs to find out what I do here and why I enjoy it so much!

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