drawing my own conclusions

A place to post art made with my own two hands, whether digital, or otherwise!

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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!

World Art Drop Day, Drop #2 of 3

"Trees" 4" x 6" ink and watercolour
Drop made inside a pavilion at Pinafore Park, St. Thomas, ON

Interesting side-note: Two ladies were seated inside the pavilion as I made the drop, and it seemed (not that I was eavesdropping, or anything) as if they were helping one another learn their new smartphone…maybe one of them got curious and took it home? Hope so!

World Art Drop Day, Drop #1 of 3

"Gnomeo" 5"x7" ink and Tombow
Dropped in Port Stanley, Ontario

Hope someone gives him a happy, gnome-y home! Til then, at least he’s got a view of our harbour and is out of our rather unpredictable Southern Ontario weather!

And, so it begins…
All bagged up and ready to go! Leaving the house now to go do my part for World Art Drop Day! Look for posts of hiding places later today!

We can all use a little more Hiney in our lives, right?!

And, don’t forget…today is World Art Drop Day! Read more about it over here at Mr. Jake Parker’s site…I will post my Art Drops later today! Thanks for the inspiration mrjakeparker