I’ve been interested in the idea of drawing patterns for a while now- I love prints by Cath Kidston and just recently discovered Leah Duncan, so I thought I would finally take a shot at my own. This is a pattern based off of a wreath I saw online (http://www.designsponge.com/2013/01/diy-winter-citrus-wreath.html) that I fully intend to make this year for my living room.
**Edited to make the color match what I originally had it on the Cintiq. Hopefully it’s not as overblown as the original export.
"… they all crowded into the big pung sleigh, among straw and furry robes. Anne reveled in the drive to the hall, slipping along over the satin-smooth roads with the snow crisping under the runners."
The scene where Anne and the Barrys travel to the concert is barely a paragraph long, but it’s so beautiful I can’t resist. I also have a weakness for throwing sparkles into my drawings whenever I can.
Everyone’s at CTNX and I’m just sitting here doodling. ::pout::
Still doing this Nyan of Green Gables thing. Get it?? Nyan of Green Gables?? 8D Anyways. Here’s Anne.
A little personal project where I loosely reinterpret famous women in history in the context of tarot cards. I’ve got a few women in mind so hopefully I can churn out a few more of these. First up, Marie Antoinette (of course!).
“Dear old world’, she murmured, ‘you are very lovely, and I am glad to be alive in you.” - Anne of Green Gables
The season’s been crazy inspiring lately. Taking my dog out for his walks is a lot of fun right now because everything is so golden and crispy and beautiful!
EDIT: I did a few sketches to get a better feel for the piece before I went into the final thing. I ended up liking a couple of them, so I’ll add them to this post for funzies.
Happy Halloween, everyone! I actually got a seasonal picture done with time to spare!
Oregon is the best place to be if you want to study trees; these are some of the trees I see out of my work and home windows.