Sunday, February 18, 2018

Current Art Journal: GM Season of Kindness

It's currently the Season of Kindness over at Get Messy Art Journal and here are the first pages I've made in my art journal thus far...


Media: Watercolor, Acrylic Ink, Krink paint markers, Distress Crayons, Molotow Liquid Chrome Marker




Media: Old photograph from high school, sharpie, tracing paper, acrylic, ink, acrylic markers




Side cut off, it reads "Don't let unexplained situations throw you," colors are more neon in person (my scanner hates gloss medium). Media: Handcarved Flower Stamp, Krink k-80, Acrylic, Acrylic Ink, Paint Markers, Liquitex Gloss Medium




Media: Acrylic, Painted Papers, Acrylic Ink, Krink paint markers, Graphite, Jane Davenport paint over pens, Old gelli print




Media: Krink Paint Markers, Liquitex Paint Markers, Acrylic Ink, Handcarved Moon stamp, and discarded Birthday tag




Media: Acrylic Ink, Acrylic Transfer, Permanent Marker, Metallic Sharpie




Media: Collage Gelli prints, Handmade Eye Stamp, Acrylic Ink, Acrylic, Various Ink Pens



Looking forward to seeing where the season takes this journal of mine. Cheers!


Sunday, October 15, 2017

Get Messy Art Journal: Seasons of Connections, Week 1 & 2

I recently took the plunge into joining Get Messy Art Journal for their current season, the "Season of Connections." I had a really inspiring first two weeks. I'm excited to see where this journal is taking me. Here are some of things I made in my Connections journal so far...
(All images can be clicked to view larger)


This spread was based on the idea of Connection & Disconnection within family.
This was extremely cathartic to make. I physically wrote text and wiped it away on the blue side.


This is not a portrait of anyone I know personally, It was inspired by a tutorial by @sasha_zeen on continuous line portraits. The other half of the spread (not pictured) features an illustration of a vampire squid and the words, "You've gotta swim."


This spread is based on how we used to communicate with the world, write a letter to someone. The letter I wrote is not a kind one and as you can see, I censored it. I really enjoyed how making this one was so simple. No five dollar bills were harmed in the making, I actually found that half of a five years ago and it's been kicking around in the bottom of my collage materials.


Thinking about the word "connections," I just really wanted to make some paper dolls.


Here is a detail from my mixed media self-portrait spread.
My eyes are closed and I don't think my hair is crazy enough. I wish I had that patterned shirt.

Hopefully, This motivation continues. What are you making this week?


Monday, August 21, 2017

Nautilus Illustration



I love a good challenge, here is a recent ink illustration I did of a Nautilus.


Friday, August 11, 2017

Audrey II: Little Shop of Horrors



I have had a productive creative year so far, I just have been terrible at updating this little blog of mine. Here is a drawing I made for someone about two weeks ago. I love making things that make people happy.

I hope you make something great today!


Sunday, May 7, 2017

Twin Peaks Returns: Twin Peaks Illustrations


Ben Horne.


The Log Lady.


The Man From Another Place.


Laura Palmer.


Saturday, May 6, 2017

Sea Turtle Paper Dolls



Sea Turtle Paper Dolls
Acrylic, Watercolor, Colored Pencil, Ink and Paint Markers, Brads on Watercolor Paper.

I'm slightly obsessed with making paper dolls right, I would not be surprised to see more coming out of my studio in the future.