It’s the idea that counts, not your drawing skill.
Illustrations pertaining to your verses are particularly welcome and meaningful, and help to orient viewers to the narrative. Although you may not – or may – be a Biblical scholar, or you may not – or may – be comfortable with picture-making, there are several ways of illuminating the same story.
Example A: Genesis 1: Creation Day 4: separating day and night.
Example B: Genesis 4: Cain & Abel
Explore a variety of sources
This far-from-definitive list suggests some directions you might take to better understand your verses. The more you grapple with the text, the more interesting your illumination ideas will be. These are suggestions only, not an endorsement of a particular interpretive orientation or supplier.
Commentaries and Translations
Plaut and Stein, The Torah: A Modern Commentary, Revised Edition http://books.google.ca/books/about/תורה.html?id=wCTfI2rpvXEC
Eskenazi and Weiss, The Torah: A Women’s Commentary
The Pentateuch is divided into 54 weekly readings, and many scholars and organizations publish commentaries.
Find your section on http://www.mechon-mamre.org/p/pt/readingp.htm, and then . . .
Search “Torah Commentary” on sites such as http://www.reformjudaism.org/learning
Manuscripts and Lore
http://bestiary.ca “Beasts” includes birds, insects, plants, stones and mythological creatures. You can search within the site and/or on the web.
The St John’s Bible. See this magnificent contemporary hand-written, hand-illuminated bible, page by page, for free: http://www.saintjohnsbible.org
Ilene Winn Lederer, Between Heaven and Earth: An Illuminated Torah Commentary, reviewed in http://www.tikkun.org/nextgen/visionary-art-a-traveler-in-the-torah
Google images: “Illustrated Bible”. Use with discretion and avoid cuteness.
Dover Publications: http://search.doverpublications.com/search?keywords=bible and clip art: http://www.doverpictura.com
There is now a rudimentary search engine that allows you to find Pinterest sites/boards that interest you.
Museums and their websites