|Painting with spray inks, acrylic paint, collage materials... writing to be added soon.|
|Watercolor doodling... painting, then erasing because I'm unhappy with it. ugh! Hate it when that happens. Luckily this Ampersand Aquabord I'm using wipes off pretty easily.|
|Painting doodles.. you can see on the lower right corner where I've been wiping off some paint with water and paper towels.|
|Painting that has been sitting on my desk.. not sure where to go with it from here, so it's just sitting there.|
|Collage that I'm starting. The photograph on the left is one I took at the botanical gardens here in town. This is the first stage of painting the background, laying down collage elements. Paint will be added on top to tie the pieces together. The goal is for it to look something like this previous collage, which I like a lot. or something like this one. The final piece will change a lot from this picture you see here.|
|Here is a sketch from a photograph of an interior. This will be what I'm working on this week probably. It's a nice exercise in proportion and perspective and all those lovely "p" skills.|
I will be linking this to the Butterfly Effect, which you should check out. Those girls are fun, crazy and down to earth!
Also, you should join my Flickr group, which is called Lettering Love. Love of all things lettering!
Handwriting, hand lettering, embellished letters, illuminated manuscripts, calligraphy, funky and juicy words!
Art journal pages, greeting cards, diaries, posters and art!! I've been very excited about lettering and using paint to make words and numbers. I couldn't find any really good groups on flickr for lettering. I want to see letters and numbers of all kinds.
P.S. I am LOVING this artwork Yoshie is an artist based in Japan. She loves travel and making illustrations by using scraps of fabric, stitch, acrylic, collage mix on cloth or paper. Her works are making picturebooks and artwork for advertising, magazines, collaboration goods, and more. she also loves doing art-workshops for kids and adults in many places.