Haha, sums me up in a post! <3
A few of my favourite things during the last day shooting for @ElementEden_Australia 🍔 (at The Grounds of Alexandria)
Some sketchbook practice. Trying to see how my style would look with more realistic features. Reference used, of course.
Now, to the batcave.
This was a project of drawing old paintings into my style. From top is Anne Boleyn, Princess Albert de Broglie, Portrait of the princess of Este and Queen Elizabeth I at her coronation.
Had so much fun with these.
Colored pencils on paper.
I often turn to other people’s words in books and in music to spark my imagination. #InMyElement at home and the comfiest shorts in the world with Element Eden Australia 🙊🙈 (at Furry Little Peach HQ )
This is the best, you rule
Anonymous said: Do you think you could give us a picture of your studio?? I'd love to see it!
From where I stand.. #wip
"Fish Pond" 2013
My second oil 4x4” practice.
I really really wanna be good at oils. I’ve always seen oil painting like the most magical medium and I was very afraid of attempting and failing. But then I realized that failure makes you better. so yea, I’ll keep practicing and failing until I get good at it :3 I’m feeling hopeful.
Also, I’ve always loved neon bright colors bur I never tried them. Loving how they look!
My first Traditional media + digital experiment. I hope some day I finish the actual piece so I can hang it in my room or something haha.
I’m so excited for this movie!
A peek into my studio featuring ‘Boy’ (oils, ink, pencil on pine)
I’m always so surprised when some of you cuties choose to draw me! This impressive rendition of my face by the very talented @_sashaira! I love the gold pen and graphite combo! Thanks girl! X
This isn’t my video, it’s by user ‘Lucius Caplin’ on youtube. but its funny so
This is local artist Christina Hamlyn. She’s been commissioned by the city to do some work on our otherwise ho-hum traffic light boxes. She did the “Starry Night” inspired Signal Hill work near the Village Mall and is currently at work on this majestic (and very purple) caribou at the corner of Lemarchant and Harvey Road.
She also hates having to wear a city-mandated safety vest while working outside, but she is willing to suffer for her art. You can check out some of her other work here.
Thanks so much for these beautiful photos, and for stopping by. It was a pleasure meeting you!!
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