Light Wraps and More Monoprint Monsters
Thursday, February 4, 2010, 09:03 AM - General, Relationships, Art/Design, Illustration, Moleskine, Moleskine Exchanges
I received my LightWrap from Two Layers of Cells yesterday and was very excited to get it painted (I bought the DIY one, of course) to cover my twice broken cylindrical light. Sadly you can see the jagged edge (of course you can) of the light through it, so I'm going to have to think how I'm going to fix that without cutting myself.
Apart from that, I had a monoprint moment the other day, I created some monsters on book pages (now with added gouache See here), finally started the must talked about second round of Moleskine Exchange 13.
10,000 Robins come marching over the hill...
Tuesday, February 2, 2010, 12:37 AM - General, Relationships, Animals, Work (The Man), Art/Design, Illustration, Moleskine, Moleskine Exchanges
For some reason, the Mr Floppy song was the inspiration for this piece originally... I had in my head to make an army of mark wearing monsters, but I stopped at four. I know, I know, I was making my life simpler (perhaps laziness?) I am just getting back into working for myself after doing 10 straight (exhausting) days working in the restaurant. Hurrah for new staff!
In case you forget the song:
This is part of The Moleskine Exchange: Portrait Party
... back to work...
Airmail pack revamped
Tuesday, January 19, 2010, 03:21 AM - General, Relationships, Art/Design, Illustration, Gocco, Stores: Etsy, Blue House
Monster I live with...
Monday, January 18, 2010, 01:33 AM - General, Relationships, Art/Design, Illustration
I think I have him this time. Perhaps because I look at him all the time, makes it harder to capture him the way I want?
Gocco Invites seem to be finished
Wednesday, January 13, 2010, 08:06 AM - General, Relationships, Animals, Art/Design, Illustration, Gocco, Stores: Etsy, Blue House
These are the finished Gocco printed invites done for a Pulp here in Sydney. I haven't given her the red birdy ones yet. She wanted something, originally, the kids could colour before they were given out... so I did a compromise. Bit of colour, bit of space for additions.