Terrible terror. I’ve seen it. Rescuing one of these little guys from my cats.
Tag Archives: Illustration
Little Weirdies:Bird Walking
Walking the bird in the rain. I have no idea why ; )
Cards for KIVA
Just a fews days left to purchase this season’s cards to benefit KIVA. While I do not enjoy selling anything, I would like you all to know that a very small purchase of even five dollars will allow you to to contribute to this fine organization. …
The bunny dancer from Watercolor Wednesday and the frog from Photo Friday chat in the forest under a shooting star.
Watercolor with acrylic accents. The acrylic is a crafty mix squeezed from a plastic bottle.
Little Weirdies-Splitting Hairs
Common ground with slightly different view points.
Celebration at my house! Our furry family has been through a crisis, but everybody just got a clean bill of health! We couldn’t be happier.
I’ve lucked into a magical palette. Creatures just keep showing up! This one is children’s illustration-ish. I’ve pushed the PS vibrance up a little and smudged here and there.
This Watercolor Wednesday literally features my watercolor palette. It’s a photo of the palette with a little digital enhancement. There’s a little magic in those tubes.
I fought with this bird-child piece for quite a while. The composition is strange, but trust me, it was stranger before I cropped it. Thanks to my son, who is an excellent critic, I was able to move away from elements I was hanging onto, and make changes for the better. I need some time …
Some of the little bird-children are growing up;)
This is the second birdie child-vison influenced image. Most of the elements in this piece began as really loose watercolor paintings. I brought them into Photoshop and digitally placed and painted. I almost always put in a little more work after I show you what I’m up too. This piece is no exception, but I …
I woke up with an image reflected on my retinas. I had an overwhelming urge to realize the vision. It had to be dreamy-loose but also had to adhere to my vision. I began with a watercolor sketch, but the color was too vibrant. It needed to be somber. I took a photo of the …
A flip upside-down, a few tiny lines, and the photo is nudged into the realm of fantasy. It’s where I like vacation:)
A quick one called The Lecture.
A snapshot from a dream-mare.
Either Give Me A Hand, or Get me outta here!:) Not sure which. I began with two reference images; a woman in a fancy ball gown and an image of a child cheerfully reaching for something. I fully expected to use the reference very loosely, as a springboard for a sweet ethereal scene. But it …