Batting around some ideas for an old-fashioned country store illustration and wanted to see how the elements would work together. Here's a sneak peek. At some early concept sketches which will eventually be painted on canvas for the finished piece.
Rather than sketching, coloring, and scanning, I've been drawing on my new computer tablet with a pressure-sensitive which mimics traditional art media beautifully. Acrylic sketches without the mess! Why, oh why, didn't I buy this tool five years ago?
My day job as an Events Specialist for Summer Search lets me wear a lot of different hats. So happy I get to wear my artist cap today as I prepare for the 20th Anniversary Celebrationof the organization and its founder Linda Mornell at Fort Mason.
As a non-profit organization, Summer Search would rather spend money on their students rather than event decor. Here's a simple, cost-effective solution which primarily involves multi-purpose branded banners, gobos to project our logo onto walls and ceilings, and re-usable freestanding interactive walls where attendees can contribute their own pictures or messages. In addition to the rock climbing walls, ropes course, photo expo, and live painting exhibition, this promises to be a fun event for the amazing students and alumni.
And if you happen to be in San Francisco on September 24th, come and check out the design in person.
While cruising my favorite blogs late last night, I came across this wonderful flowchart on A PhotoEditor, and am so amazed how such a simple image has stuck in my head. The more I think about, the happier I feel.
There's a world of possibility out there, folks. Go out and grab it, and if you're already doing that, keep doing what you're doing.
Came across some cool animation backgrounds on "Comicrazys" and feel nostalgic and inspired. Never realized Saturday morning cartoons would figure so greatly in my professional life :) Better get to the drawing board while the inspiration lasts.
To see more: http://comicrazys.com/2010/05/26/looney-tunes-backgrounds-cartoon-network-archiv
When I'm not raising money for a good cause, I'm dreaming up new party ideas for the under-18 set and their parents. Hence, an interactive invitation to a barnyard-themed party sets the tone (literally!) as soon as the invitation arrives in the mail. Inspired by the sound cannisters we all had as kids, this invitation starts mooing even before you get the box open.