I’ve enjoyed drawing a few more portraits lately, via Etsy. I thought I’d share a few of ‘em… Best of all, I love seeing them all framed up in their new home! Also – as part of the lovely blog Bondville you can win $75 off some great Etsy picks including mine!
I haven’t quite captured my mind picture, but trying to draw clouds from above are rather tricky! Here is my attempt for this week’s theme for the 52weekproject – Simplicity.
This year I’m making a more concerted effort to do markets – and kicking off this effort with a semi regular spot at Craft Vic’s new venture – New Craft at Queen Vic!
I’ve always loved Queen Vic market for fruit, veg and of course boreks – and excited to join the talented artists in the first event next Sunday, April 6th. I’ll be on a stand with my pal Amanda from Macaroon Kids - she has the sweetest handmade kids clothes, and I’ll be selling printed wares like cards, prints and original paintings. And eating boreks. Hope to see you there!
I was so honoured to have my little portrait on the pages of Hello May. They are running a giveaway of portraits (and some other goodies) – it is a beautiful bridal magazine, and worth a read for party/art/styling inspiration – not just for weddings!
I’ve been meaning on learning how to make repetitive patterns in Illustrator for a long time, but finally gave it a crack today (inspired by the 52 Project). Now it isn’t perfect, but this mythological creatures pattern was fun to make (spot the Yeti) and I’m inspired to make more of them!
I recently downloaded a trial of Sketchbook Pro – I like the idea of sketching digitally, but not the reality! I think I’ll be sticking with pencil and occasionally Photoshop for now.. But anyways, here is my addition for this week’s challenge – tree.