Monday, December 19, 2011
Deja Vu! I was commissioned to do another of the Harry Potter pieces by a client/collector for Gallery Nucleus, the first one was sold on my Etsy account and bought by a collector in Europe. It was an honor to work with them again and I'm so thankful to have been able to get it done before Christmas for the client.
Monday, December 5, 2011
Friday, November 4, 2011
It has been over a month since I last posted. Sorry for the delay, we found out we were expecting after trying for a very long time so we are excited and ready for the new addition. I have been not feeling well until now so I'm finally back to the drawing (more like cutting) board=).
Recently we all went to Disneyland and I couldn't wait to either do a Mary Blair or a Haunted Mansion piece so I decided to do the Ally Gal girl. I'm using the Clem Hall version and not Marc Davis' (no disrespect to the late, great Marc Davis I just chose to do the one I think I grew up with). Included is both art pieces so you can appreciate the crazy/beautiful of both. (Left: Clem Hall, Right: Marc Davis)
"Breakfast for Skeksis" is being put on hold for a little while unless someone is interested in purchasing him sooner.
Friday, September 2, 2011
Thursday, August 25, 2011
I was commissioned to do a piece for a beautiful new baby girl. This is her crib bedding that her mommy picked out so the paper sculpture will hopefully look great in the nursery. There are two cute frogs peeking out of the flowers.
Wednesday, August 10, 2011
Thursday, July 28, 2011
I've been wanting to take a little break from the girly (even though I do love me some pink) and do something darker and maybe something from my childhood. So after getting some Jim Henson inspiration I decided to do a Skeksis from The Dark Crystal. The Podlings are never shown in the rib cage of the Skeksis but I thought they were and after watching the movie for research for this piece I decided to do it anyway because I thought it would look cool, especially in paper. I hope you all like it, especially all those of you who also grew up with me in the 80's.
Below are some references I used
Leontine Greenberg is the artist for this last piece, entitled "Hello, Mr. Skeksis"
Sunday, July 24, 2011
Cinderella has always been my favorite all around Disney movie for so many reasons, it was fun to be able to do this piece. Although it looks exactly like the Disney movie and nothing like the Disney movie at the same time there was a lot of research, references, color studies, thumbnails ect that went into it=) I do this same process for most of my work.
Paper, gouache, Prismacolor markers and colored pencils.
Tuesday, July 19, 2011
Tuesday, July 12, 2011
I always envisioned "Joyeux" in a cage swinging on her perch but I couldn't think of a way to do it until I went to a store today and found this, I couldn't wait to get home to redo it. I always thought of her and the book by Maya Angelou "Why the Caged Bird Sings."
Monday, July 11, 2011
I have some sweet twin cousins who's birthdays are coming up so I am doing a Cinderella and a Jasmine piece for them. I struggled with doing Cinderella how I wanted to make her, I was planning to use some Retta Scott Worcester inspired looks (first female Disney animator) but I decided to stick with the Disney original since my cousin's are still young and I think they would be a little disappointed if they didn't recognize her. I need to change Cinderella's facial expression but this is when she gets her beautiful dress. Sometimes drawings don't translate into paper very well and I've come to learn that dresses can be difficult.