drawing my own conclusions

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petrinakent:

Exquisite Corpse
Jackrabbitsmum/sylvialynch/petrinakent
Who will be the next intrepid artist to add to this work?

Coming along…anyone else wanna make their mark on it?

petrinakent:

Exquisite Corpse
Jackrabbitsmum/sylvialynch/petrinakent
Who will be the next intrepid artist to add to this work?

Coming along…anyone else wanna make their mark on it?

petrinakent said: Hi Tamara, I've just completed the Exquisite Corpse. Shall I send back to you or do you have another taker? I impinged on your work a bit in order to connect the two as I felt it would be disjointed if I didn't. That I thought would defeat the object somewhat. Hope that's ok and that your not offended? I've left mine open so that the next artist can go over/add to mine in like manner. It was hard to figure out how to go about it. Who will be next? Thanks. Petrina

Hmmm….I’m not really sure…I have no one lined up, so if you know anyone who’s keen to have a go at it, by all means, send it along to them…can’t wait to see what you’ve done! And, there’s absolutely nothing you could do that would offend, I’m just pleased there are people who like to play, too!

First photo is a snap of my take in oils on loriepagnozzi ‘s gorgeous photo of the Tulip Bake Shop! She takes some absolutely stunning photographs!
I had so much fun doing this, and have finally found a photographer who’s work I really connect with! There’s about a dozen more of these I’d like to do, so as the four canvasses I prepped yesterday are waiting for me to make a mark, you can expect more of these to roll out over the next couple weeks!

So, this is what I spent most of the past week doing…a friend fell in love with the Yarnicorns and asked if I thought I could make a mobile. I didn’t know, but said I’d try…
I guess the answer’s, “Yes!”
Yarnicorns are now up for sale (made to order) in my Etsy Shop!
Meet Lolli the Yarnicorn. I made her for Jack and I to give to Miss V for her fifth birthday (which is today!).
If you would like your very own Yarnicorn, message me here, or send me a convo over at my Etsy shop!
It’s my niece’s fifth birthday this week, and she aDOREs unicorns, so much so, that she asked her mom for one for her birthday (awwwww, I know!)…my SIL called and asked if I could paint one for V, so…
TA-DA! Unicorn!
Based super-heavily on one of my SIL’s favourite cartoons from childhood, “The Last Unicorn”.
inabrush:

Lettering by Colin Tierney
Medium used: Pentel Fude Touch Sign Pen - Black


This is so hypnotic…I could watch it over and over…beautiful

inabrush:

Lettering by Colin Tierney

Medium used: Pentel Fude Touch Sign Pen - Black

This is so hypnotic…I could watch it over and over…beautiful

Back to business as usual around here…no more Hiney. This is a fake tattoo I made, based super-heavily on this drawing by super-artisit, Liz Adams. I would love to have a real tattoo made of it (this one washed away too quickly!), but I would want it to retain that real watercolour look…any suggestions for excellent inkers in Ontario?

Back to business as usual around here…no more Hiney. This is a fake tattoo I made, based super-heavily on this drawing by super-artisit, Liz Adams. I would love to have a real tattoo made of it (this one washed away too quickly!), but I would want it to retain that real watercolour look…any suggestions for excellent inkers in Ontario?

In conclusion…
This last page is my favourite…it took me a while to come up with this…’cause how does one finish up a story about a dog who’s just like all the other dogs (but not really), with the one thing that makes him stand out from the crowd?
Well, I’m pretty happy with how it all turned out!

Betcha can’t guess what that ONE thing is…answer coming tomorrow!

More Hiney…because, well…Hiney!

And, on it goes…remember when Hiney was just a doodle on a scrap of kraft paper? Ahhh, those were the days…

World Art Drop Day, Drop #3 of 3

"Froots" 6" x 7", ink and Tombow markersDropped outside and to the left of the front doors of the the beautiful old Court House in St. Thomas, ON

I’m really hoping this survived the deluge that came about an hour after I dropped…I was seriously beginning to think I may need to take a crash course on ark building!