Happy Valentine’s Day, everyone! In the spirit of the holiday and Ash Wednesday, I combined my two loves: wine and painting. 🙂 enjoy!
Step 1: get some red wine.
Step 2: start painting.
Step 3: layer on top of dried lines to get darker colors.
Here is a sneak peak of a great project I am excited to share when it is finished!
My sister N has a children’s book she is writing for a class project entitled “If You Give A Panda Pizza.” I was so inspired by what she was writing (and it sounded so darn cute!) that I begged to illustrate the story. (And before you are feeling she cheated off of “If You Give A Mouse A Cookie,” that was the point of the project, and she is writing her own original spin on it.)
So I’ve started illustrating, and the method I’m using is a blended traditional and digital media approach. See below for a sneak peak, because a more detailed entry is coming soon!
Hello, fellow readers! So sorry for the long time away, but hopefully with a new semester of classes and teaching starting, I’ll have some more wonderful posts for you!
Just wanted to share a few photos of the wonderful fur I’ve ordered from Mendel’s in California. They are the only supplier I use to buy my puppet fur, because they are AMAZING! I have been beyond thrilled with their customer service, their quality of materials and shipping, and their vast inventory of fur textures, colors and patterns. Plus they do so much more than just fur!! Go to their website and check it out. You won’t regret it. PLUS from now until September 5, 2012, everything in your order is 25% off! WOOHOO!! 🙂
I ordered these furs for my advanced puppet class this fall. They use them with the Mostro pattern from Project Puppet.com. The results are wonderful! (and hopefully I’ll be able to upload photos of their creations this summer as well in the next few weeks!) Again, this is the only supplier I use for my patterns, as they are wonderfully designed, easy to follow, and practically foolproof!! (To date, I’ve used all their patterns in the monster and simple series, with students aged 7 to 17, and no one has failed to finish a puppet yet!)
Enjoy the photos below, and check back soon for more updates!