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Asuka 7 by Tim Ernst
The old old leaf face by Tim Ernst
Asuka 6 by Tim Ernst
Smilla by Tim Ernst
Asuka 5 by Tim Ernst
Stella by Tim Ernst
Cat's eyes by Tim Ernst
The little dog by Tim Ernst
The little shrine by the brook by Tim Ernst
The stone mushroom house by Tim Ernst
The green fairy house by Tim Ernst
Asuka and the angel by Tim Ernst
The Eagle Guardian by Tim Ernst
Jypsy by Tim Ernst
Asuka portrait 3 by Tim Ernst
The Peregrine Guardian by Tim Ernst
Contemplation by Tim Ernst
Girl in a mask by Tim Ernst
Portrait of Asuka by Tim Ernst
The doggie and the bather by Tim Ernst
the hawk guardian by Tim Ernst
The Owl-guardian or predator by Tim Ernst
Is it safe yet? by Tim Ernst
If you can read this by Tim Ernst
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About Tim Ernst
Tim Ernst is a freelance American illustrator and photographer
living and working in Japan. Though trained in both oil painting and watercolors, his chosen medium has now primarily become colored pencil, graphite pencil. and digital photography A member of the CPSA for several years, his works have appeared in solo and group exhibitions throughout Japan and internationally. In addition to his fine arts colored pencil illustrations, he is also a published cartoonist and humorous illustrator. "I love the challenge of the technically tight realistic illustrations I do along with the discipline needed to execute them, but I also enjoy the not -so- tight humorous cartoon work I do too.
In addition to his artwork, Tim Ernst is also an avid photographer who enjoys combining his illustration work with his photography
Tim Ernst is available for colored pencil portraits and humorous caricature commissions.
"Art is a passion, and without passion in your life there is no art.