Here is my latest design for Spoonflower.
A lovely Modern Vine pattern, designed for the black and white painterly challenge, and now available for sale. Can be purchased as Wallpaper or Fabric!
Don’t forget, in purchasing, to verify that you like the scale in relation to the fabric. I can scale up or down as needed, just send me a message at Spoonflower!
Not my usual style, but it’s getting to be fall—so, Halloween, and everything. A firey, skull-faced woman like what can be conjured up in the mirror seems fitting.
This was a “three-lists” ATC, wherein I chose one “item” each from three lists of items, and then drew an artist trading card with those elements on it.
The three elements I chose were: Rainbow Woman (or space traveler) Unidentified Object
This was a delightful exercise, and I’m very happy with the end result!
Prismacolor Pencil on green paper.
A light and airy piece this month, with thanks again to illustratedatcs.com’s “draw this in your style” challenge. Waughtercolors created a fairy for us to draw in our style, and so I had a go. Waughtercolors original image can be found
Actually, it’s not so much about people not asking questions, but more about people
not listening to the answers.
There’s not much listening going on, it seems.
Listen to hear what I have to say, not to find evidence of the devil you’re already convinced is in me.
Artist Trading Card, Prismacolor pencil on blue paper.
Unicorn Goddess artist trading card. Prismacolor Pencil on pink paper. Inspired by KosmicGirl over at illustratedatcs.com. Her original art can be found
Twisted Anatomical Angel
Illustratedatcs.com is having a fun “draw this in your style” challenge, with a different piece of art featured each month. TFbalding started off the month with a Surreal Angel for us to draw in our style. This is my version of it. TFBalding’s original image can be found
Gifted to a friend of a friend. I was honored to be asked to make this piece, and wish she may find courage in her fight! #CancerFighter #FightNotSoftly
Here are some snails I made just for fun. Because I could. Because snails are awesome. (Oh, the stories I could tell about snails!
Steampunk with a new twist: Flapper Style! Art Deco Steampunk—not at all Victorian, but full of charm and spirit none-the-less!