Do you ever get those ideas that grow and grow in your mind and on paper until sketching them out is not enough? And then you have no choice but to make those ideas exist in the real world, no matter how hard or time consuming? I had my idea for my spring jewelry andContinue reading “My Big Metals Project for Spring Semester”
Happy snow day! Next time I’ll fill you in on my big project for the semester!
We have been doing a bunch of these in my graphic novel workshop class at college taught by Theresa Williams. I’ve been having fun with them. It’s nice to be freed from a longer story and just do something quick. It reminds me of when I was a little kid drawing comic strips based onContinue reading “Plant Necromancy and My Graphic Novel Class”
One of my favorite things is seeing a project transform from the first sketch into the final colorful object. I love getting lost in the process from beginning to end! This comic page started with the Doodle a Day Challenge at The Wanderers (the fantastic Facebook page of Theresa Williams where she chronicles her ideas forContinue reading “A comic page from pencil to color”
Hello, it’s been awhile! The last few weeks have consisted of preparing to move, moving and (the most important) unpacking and settling back in after moving. As of about three days ago my studio is all unpacked and ready to be made into a (not really) controlled mess again. It feels good to have myContinue reading “Hello Again and the Importance of Doodling”