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This is the illustration for Momo's Candlelight site.
Her site is now up!
She creates pieces of "jewel" than I'm sure you'll fell in love.
Thanks Momo for being such a wonderful person and friend! xox *~*
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Illustrations for german NIDO magazine. In every issue they print a good-night story to read to the kids. I did 2 illustrations accompanying the november story.
1. Little Red Fox - OOAK Needle Felted Plush, 2. tina the disco fox, 3. Mr Cunning Red Fox, 4. fox softie, 5. fox, 6. Fox with Hairy Chest., 7. Señor Zorro, 8. Fox Leap - digital sketch, 9. (mister) fox, 10. foxandgirlcloseup2, 11. NEW WORK! 'Big Plans' Print/ Suuria sunnitelmia, 12. Fox in the Thicket, 13. Matte Stephens, 14. fox, 15. fabric stuffed animals project, 16. skinnidipping
Created with fd's Flickr Toys
ACEO* 2.5x3.5, mixed media
(original ink & acrylic illustration on vintage paper mounted on Arches HP)
My little interpretation of 'Multiple' is types of friendships - childhood being the one I chose to depict. Full post here:
*Available in my Etsy shop very soon as I'm working on a series of these
Algunos me preguntan cómo trabajo las texturas de mis dibujos.
En el taller que voy a impartir en Difumina haré algunas demostraciones y también estoy preparando algunos juegos para que lo pasemos muy bien aprendiendo
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Attempting to branch out and do some non-kid's related stuff, here's a recent portfolio piece (Zooey Deschanel and M. Ward).
Pen and watercolor, digital texture (Playingwithbrushes's great collection) and color.
man v's ape has always been a battle
an old sketch of mine i recently found
November 4th - 7th 2008
The Original Print Gallery, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland.
I was delighted to be asked to contribute to ICAD's 50 year celebrations. Fifty art directors, writers, designers, illustrators and photographers were all been asked to create a poster. This is my contribution.
"Technicolour Sleaze" series created for the Boys exhibition at the Blackbox gallery, Northbridge.
"We hadn't intended to hide the body...but had simply left it where it fell."