Monday, October 31, 2011
I hope everyone had a nice day! I will be celebrating my halloween festivities this coming friday due to last weeks snow storm getting into the way of things! Pictures will be up this coming weekend so you can all see my ridiculous costume!
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Monday, October 17, 2011
Lady of the water
Yep, she has tentacles for hair. Another one of illustrations done on that beautiful natural paper I love so much! I am going to need more! I am going to need more colored pencils too! Stay tuned for another one like this...
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Saturday, October 8, 2011
Ok this might be a little bit of a stretch but the story is here that Milo and his pet penguin, Sausalito decide they want to find the creature that lives in the deepest part of the ocean, named Frankenfish. In order to do that though Milo creates an underwater contraption so they can explore the deepest darkest depths of the ocean. It doesn't take long till the find Frankenfish but is he friend or foe? Stay tuned for possibly another illustration..maybe.
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Waiting for the Bus.
So this is an older illustration, maybe a few years ago. I was looking thru all of my illustrations and folders on my computer and I forgot I did this. I actually opened it because I thought it was something else. I still really like it and I don't do that wide- eyed style too much these days but I like the way this character was done. Unfortunately I never got around to making a background for it and settled with a pattern and truth is I never will get around to the background. I still think it's worthy enough to be shown on here though.
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Monday, October 3, 2011
Yikes! I haven't posted on Illustration Friday in awhile...well I managed to doodle up something for this weeks topic. I know bears don't sleep like dogs as far as I know or have a little squirrel companions but this one does! Together they will hibernate all winter long which is probably what I am going to do too! Enjoy.
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