Thursday, March 27, 2014

Queen Jane of the Blonds.

I fell in LOVE with this piece as I was painting it. Acrylic on Canvas may not be too new me, as it is my primary method of art. Yet, it was only my second time doing a portrait from a photograph of a friend. I drew inspiration from a photo she sent me to do one of her as a queen. After all, she always plays the queen when we roleplay. #geek. The main piece itself is inspired by the art of the renaissance.
As I molded my friend from the paint I often found difficulty getting the tones just right, and they would either be too yellow, or too light for me to use on the intended area. More than once I had to turn away from the painting, and do something else so I wouldn't ruin it. I learned methods of moving the brush to blend, or at texture without adding streaks to the painting. Overall, I love the way this turned out, and can't wait to gift it to my friend the next time I see her.


Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue. All of that, is describes the oh-too familiar box from the hit british TV show: Doctor Who. In this project, that 50 year running TV show was my inspiration. I decided to combine it with the also signature Fez and bowtie, just to add to the already amazing TARDIS for an overload of cool.
Throughout this process, I was working with a totally new medium. Never before had I carved, made prints, or used real ink. The closes I had  come was coating an eraser in magic marker and stamping it on scrap paper. It was really fun, and it's a medium I would love to use again.

Sunday, March 16, 2014

Catch Me!

Catch me!~<3 Constantly, I'm terrified by the things that occur in the world around me, and no matter how badly I want it, I keep falling, falling, and falling. Each time I fall however, it seems I land right back in God's word. Finding in it, everything that I was looking for to hold on to. So time and time again, I'll let myself fall into his word, just to be surrounded by God all over again!

Friday, March 14, 2014