I’ll be taking a brief sabbatical to get some writing done. Also to spend some time with these two: George and Millie.
This is the last ornament in the series, a happy baby, on a page with 3 other printable ornaments, Download sheet in pdf format and print out on heavy card stock. Color, add ribbons or string and hang.
Emily Gravett Drawing Workshop Demonstrates creating illustration for her book, The Rabbit Problem Emily Gravett creating The Imaginary Girl Creating the character from the book, The Imaginary. No commentary, just a peek over her shoulder. How to Create a Children’s Picture Book in Adobe InDesign Short online tutorial by Grace Fussell that shows how to prepare […]
Cats for Christmas – print and color ornament. Print the ornament out on a heavy (cardstock) paper, color, hang and celebrate. My cat would never consent to this, but the grandpuppy came wrapped this way a few years back.
Today’s printable ornament is a little angel. The sketch for this was inspired by a little girl sitting by me last weekend. She was not impressed about being a muse Download the angel only here and print on card stock. On Thursday, I will release a pdf of the next four ornaments as a single pdf
Another in a series of printable paper ornaments for Christmas. Since I start with an ink drawing, I realized that I could share the ornaments with my online friends. You can color them and decorate with them too. Below is the black and white – click here and print the ornament out on a heavy […]
The first in a daily(?) series. I was inspired to do a series of paper ornaments for our tree. Since I start with an ink drawing, I realized that I could share the ornaments with my online friends. You can color them and decorate with them too. Below is the original drawing – click here […]
A fun warm-up exercise: paint blot doodles. Start with a sheet of heavy (watercolor) paper. Quickly throw down some roundish paint blobs. Add some feet and ears or other random lumps. Let it dry and then turn those blobs into something else. I used watercolor pencils this time for my transformations. I ended up with […]
I am taking a break from ink, after InkTober. I went for broke yesterday and bought myself two 4B pencils. I remember when I first started to draw, these things scared the daylights out of me. You could make a mark and it showed up. What if it was the wrong mark? What if someone […]
I grew up on the cheap and cheesy B-grade horror movies. To be honest, if they were really being graded, they were probably much lower than a B grade. I believe though that the B referred to the fact that they were (low) budget movies. Night of the Living Dead, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, The Crawling […]