Sunday is my favourite #7

The most interesting day of the week for me is always Sunday. That is my first day-off from my normal day-job, which means the first proper working day as an illustrator and surface pattern designer. So if I am able to, I like to start it early, do a bit of work and then follow the rest of my plans – which is usually more work or meeting my Sister.

I thought I’d make a series about how my Sundays look like, and the reasons for that:

* I have a really bad memory, so I’d like to have sg like a diary, but I cannot do that on paper, because I’d love to insert photos, but my printer is broken..
* Also I’d like to share useful things with you, like how to make yourself happy with a tiny thing (e.g. the joy of making a cup of coffee), places to visit (mostly in London, because I live here), what books or blogs to read etc.

Today’s post will be a my-day-in-pictures post. Because I didn’t make a proper time schedule, however I have had a very productive day, but not a lot of interesting things to talk about 🙂


first I had to transfer some sketches to the watercolour papers for the missing three Inktober paintings (and that’s my lovely lightbox, I can’t tell how much it makes my job easier)
then I went to the Farmer’s Market (love the colours of autumn, don’t you?)
and I had to walk home with tons of heavy stuff, so I thought I deserve a coffee 🙂
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did you now there is a Time Capsule list on Spotify? probably based on the year we were born it counts when we were teenagers? because it’s pretty accurate for me, and I don’t normally listen to these songs, so the list cannot be inspired by that. whatever the reason, I loved this list yesterday, I was a big fan of Westlife, then Green Day (not at the same time though, haha), then The Goo Goo Dolls, but I also loved this song The Call by Backstreet Boys, Wannabe by Spice Girls of course, so yes, the list is great 🙂 
I painted the missing Inktober pages
and I uploaded them in my Etsy shop

I hope you’ve had a nice Sunday too, see you next week! 🙂


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I am Viktoria, Hungarian illustrator and surface pattern designer based in London. I love painting patterns and drawing animal characters with human attributions. My main source of inspiration is nature, folk art and the infinite numbers of colours.

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