A week from today I found out one of my good friends killed himself. Art being an outlet and therapy, I naturally got my paint and paper ready today. I knew I wanted to paint something in memory of Mikey all week, but I didn't know what I wanted the painting to be. I started pinteresting painting ideas and wasn't happy with anything coming up. I asked myself what do I think about when I think of Mike. His heart. This is what I ended with.
So I've been obsessed with the color blue lately. Here are a few examples of of my recent dabbles in the color range of blue. I thought the three of these paintings had nothing to do with each other, until I realized they all have moons in them except for one. That started my moon phase. The fourth painting is my most recent moon product. It's not blue! But I haven't decided if it's done yet.
Here is a drawing I did of Vermont filled in with feathers. I also wanted to mention my goal of making an adult's coloring book. I've been wanting to do this for a while and never had enough resources but if I get enough subscribers this could come true! I have a lot of ideas for the coloring book, but I don't want to give it away. I'll just say this Vermont drawing is a hint for a really exciting coloring book idea. Please help me reach my goal! Thank you
Here are three drawings I did over the past few months. I love little detail married with animal outlines. The painting is one of my first paintings ever! I've always felt so comfortable with drawing and was ready to step outside my comfort level. I'm going to keep dabbling in painting and see how that works out. My inspiration for this painting was something I saw on pinterest and decided to do my own version. Turns out I love painting!
I am a Vermont girl who spends a lot of time putting the nature and animal inspired thoughts onto paper in doodle form. I like to draw a lot of detail which takes a lot of time, but I want people to have to spend a lot of time when they see my drawings. I want them to have to look at every detail to understand the drawing.