Four Little Houses Each 2.5″ x 3.5″ Copics, fine liners, white gel pen
So WordPress (or my theme or a widget or I don’t know what) has decided to stop informing me when my blog gets a comment! I hope not to miss any but I may miss some. I mean, I won’t miss them forever, but I might miss them longer than intended.
The pair of houses at the top are named Lucy and Ethel. The architect’s signature, when building two houses on adjoining lots, was to name them after sweet memories from his childhood.
A bit of perspective on those left houses. Terrible perspective! But perspective nonetheless. I don’t mind that it’s terrible. I mean, I would prefer to know how to do it better, but one must start somewhere.
36 Art Card Dogs Poster, 20″ x 30″, CLICK TO ENLARGE Cindy Dauer, Artist, The Slumbering Herd
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Lady Rawr, and A Sister of the Dewdrop Clan 2.5″ x 3.5″ pen and ink with Copic markers
Half-sister to Ladies Mrowr and Hisst, Lady Rawr is CEO of a thriving production collective specializing in small decorative spheres made from aluminum foil. They call the outfit Shiny Things on Strings.
Three Tiny Houses, June 2014 Each 2.5″ x 3.5″ Copics, fine liners, white gel pen
It was dormant for a little while, but the 100 Tiny Houses Project is back on! If you notice a slight listing to the left, I noticed too! (After they were done.) Tiny Red House, House of Science! and Blue House with Birdbath.
Here are a few favorites from the first go round:
Six Tiny Houses from 2013(ish) Each 2.5″ x 3.5″ Copics, fine liners, white gel pen
07 House With Observatory, Housedress, The Clever Inventor’s Shed, The Cat Hag’s Shack, Unwelcome, and Rounded House with Witch Hat.
The Twins Who Parted Ways Each 2.5″ x 3.5″ Copics, fine liners, white gel pen
Mila and Delia were born twelve minutes apart on Atari Prime, one of earth’s closest habitable planets. Their parents were scientists preparing for an influx of new colonists. Both believed their daughters would stay but if not, then surely they would at least stay together. They did not.
Mila chose the Earth and joined a commune committed to reforesting the former South of Italy, now part of the New Mediterranean Landmass.
Delia chose space and became a Raptor Pilot, making stellar light runs into unknown star systems in search of adventure and lucrative mineral resources.
Both art cards were recently made for no particular reason except to practice fancy things. And also because I was avoiding doing a different project.
Three People of the Garden Each 2.5″ x 3.5″ pen and marker
1. The elusive cow snail, a tiny gentle creature rumored to appear during the summer solstice.
2. Roger, a Beetle Liaison. It’s a posh appointment – he spends a lot of time in fancy drawing rooms eating finger foods.
3. And a mushroom sprite. Her name is Angela.
Hello, Paint Party Friday! (a wee bit late) These cards were made for a People of the Garden Swap at illustratedatcs.com. Thanks for stopping in!
Brigid the Acolyte 5″ x 7″ Copics, fine liners, gel pen
I’ve been getting up to something larger than 2.5″ x 3.5″ (ATC size) lately. With this I couldn’t decide what to do with the background so I doodled. It’s a bit sparse but I didn’t want it to compete with the figure. Submitted for the topic “Mask” at Illustration Friday.
ALSO! I have ordered test prints of a Dogs poster (finally) and one with animals in fancy clothes.
Art Card Dogs poster, Version I. 16″ x 20″ and including twenty individual art card dogs
Fancy Clothes Animals Poster Version I Aesop’s Stables Theatre Company, 12″ x 18″
People seem to prefer the black background but I may do both. All opinions welcome! Sorry for so much stuff in one post!