I have been interested in drawing, painting and writing since I was a child.

As teenager, I studied Decorative Painting and I tried Drama for five years. I also did a two-year pre-university course in all aspects of the arts. I finished that period by doing higher studies in Sociocultural Activities. But, some time after, I decided to come back to art studies by doing watercolour, illustration and picture book courses.

Finally, I did a 2D Art And Animation For Videogames Master.


33ZTH is a pot where I pour long standing ideas, new projects and great enthusiasm. Then, I stir everything with love, I pet my cats and the illustrations, paintings, crafts and ideas pop up.

This word refers to my date of birthday: "3", and some letters from my name: "E"li"Z"abe"T""H". But, as you can see I flipped the "E" and now it runs as another "3".

My business is based in Málaga, Spain. There, I have a cosy corner of home as a studio. My illustrations are mostly about my love for animals and nature but also I like give some life to my dark but cute side of my imagination. Watercolours are my main medium, I love work with paper and water!

You can follow me on my Facebook fan-page, Twitter, Instagram and ETSY social-media apps as Elizabeth Casua or tHE 33ZTH oRDER.


All designs are fully original. They are inspired by nature and the culture surrounding me. For this reason, you will never find any copies of famous cartoons, pictures, etc.

When a new design is carried out, I research within different sources like photographs, pictures, documentaries about animals, landscapes or symbology to get some inspiration.

After this research, I make some sketches and finally decide my final work.

For commissions I will ask your expectations about the piece, colours and feelings that you want to find there, etc. I will do some sketches before start the final piece, in order to show you and discuss the final idea.


A watercolour is the medium or the resulting artwork in which the paints are made of pigments suspended in a water-soluble vehicle. The traditional and most common support for watercolour paintings is paper.

My mom bought me my first watercolours in my childhood. At first, I didn't realize its properties and beauty, it was just another way to have fun.

As a teenager, I discovered its beauty through comics and illustrations. As soon as I studied Arts, I had the opportunity to learn how use watercolours and instantly felt the beginning of a special relationship.

Transparency, symbiosis with paper and kindness in the application are the things most I like of this awesome medium, I love watercolours!

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