Ok. We all know 2016 was pretty crazy. On a world level and on a personal level, lots of things happened that no one wanted or expected. We can hope 2017 will be better. So here’s a link to actual … Continue reading →
For the last year things have been a whirl. Moving is hard! Getting married seemed easy by comparison. Of course, I wanted to get married but does anyone ever really want to move. It’s a thing you do out of … Continue reading →
I’ve been doing a daily art project which is been a great experience. And keeping up with ATC swaps and working on larger projects. The daily art thing switches topics every two weeks. It’s been great for generating ideas … Continue reading →
Ta-Da! Done. I did rebind my book for more interesting papers and sizes! I did ink and colored pencil with one watercolor page. I used an idea that started as a tessellation project, where I turned each tile into a character. That was fun to make my brain think of way more things for those repeating shapes. And it was fun to expand on those creatures. The Sketchbook Tour info is here. Go see it if you can, it’s a fun, free art outing.
I can finally show you the Mystery Project. First what it is: You join to participate and everyone who joins is given a box full of art supplies. The same supplies. I suspect the supplies are chosen in part to … Continue reading →
Sometimes I like to do a little thing for other folks. I did these postcard sized pet portraits to Tiny Timmy’s safe flea medicine indie-go-go campaign. And now I just finished this panther for the Wildcat Sanctuary. I got to tackle … Continue reading →
Randomly, I said I’d build a dragon for GnomeCon, since we couldn’t keep the dinosaur. Secretly, I always wanted to build a dragon companion to Gigi. I always had one pictured as lying on it’s belly on a horde of … Continue reading →
For the last few years I have participated in The Sketchbook Project. It’s a nifty little show that invites artists of all ages and levels to fill out a sketchbook and send it in. It then becomes a part of … Continue reading →