A very dear young artist friend of mine, put out a request for artist renderings of a mythical creature she tagged Skullbunny*. The only prompt for the creature depiction was some variation of a bunny skull attached to any sort of creature body. Why? These depictions of Skullbunnies became part of an imaginative multi-media gallery […]
I’m working on a couple of new projects, but in the spare moments in between, I’m doing a little digital sketching. They’re all about preteeniness.
March is a cluster birthday month for my family. It seems that many families experience a couple of months that are simply chock full of family birthdays. And, they seem to come all in one week. Sometimes three or four days in a row. The celebration for each individual suffers a bit I think, because […]
Wrong sibling! It’s been corrected now, but when I first posted the paintings of siblings Annie and Gabe, I goofed and gave older sister Zoe credit instead of Annie. So, to make things FAIR, because it is of paramount importance whenever the word “sibling” is conjured, I’m posting a painting based on a photo of […]
I painted this over a year ago, but I’m reviving it because of the sibling theme, (always dynamic). I asked two sibs to pose for reference, and they had no trouble at all falling into the mischievous little brother annoying his outraged but kinda having fun older sister. Thanks Annie and Gabe.
Whew Hew! A space playground outside of the cramped confines of a ship. With the reassuring space net in place (eliminating the danger of floating off for all eternity), you can count me IN! Related Articles Life on Mars? European Space Agency crewmen simulate landing in sandpit (guardian.co.uk) A mission to Mars that never leaves […]
A precocious little girl enjoys a gratifying chat with an attentive rat.