I just got Procreate and an Apple Pencil last week. It is way easier to access my photos and instagram from the iPad than using photoshop on the laptop.… Read More
I’m running a little thread on Instagram right now about my pizza slices from 2006 because I realized they were so clearly connected to my current zebra cake slices.… Read More
Lemons and Cake
I bought three lemons after the half-yellow sphere lesson taught by value and colour expert Paul Foxton featured in my “Don’t Desaturate, Greyscale!
Zebra Cake #1
This is a photo of an actual imaginary zebra cake painting in progress. No photoshop or filters.
I’m making a pledge to share my paintings more often and see if I can make a new habit.… Read More
Palette knife exercises, painted from memory, acrylic on 5×7 in. paper. These two were my favorites in simplifying, conveying the essence and having a pleasing pattern of light and shadow.… Read More
Don’t Desaturate, Greyscale!
I was pretty surprised to realize that after many years of using Photoshop Elements Desaturate (or “Remove Color”) to make images black and white, guess what, that is the total pants wrong way to do it!… Read More
I have some more of these to add, just have to photograph, more soon XO
What sort of cuties are floating around the seas of a Jovian moon?
Working on these gouache paintings trying to focus on something lovely while my personal life is in a fairly challenging state right now…
There is a real possibility that despite the enlarged nature of my paintings, these creatures are very, very small.
Jiffy panda pizza mix – just add panda!
I’ve got a few disjointed things to say… First, when is anything good enough? I feel like I should paint this ten more times and then post it, but I do sort of like this also for it’s charm and expediency.