★ My brand new 3moji zine is available for preorder! It features all 10 of my 3 Emoji Challenge paintings, a written vignette about each character, and sketches in the back. Click here to see the shop listing!
★ I also added new original artwork to my shop, including all 10 3moji paintings.
★ My Ko-Fi page has been updated! I added a new post with scans of my sketchbook, which I never share online. If you enjoy seeing my work, please consider buying me a coffee! It helps me fund new art supplies and larger projects.
During the first week of April, I finished the 9th and 10th paintings of the 3 Emoji Challenge. This has been a really fun project and I hope to continue in the future!
I finished my last Animal Alphabets painting. I made it all the way to M this time, which is the longest I’ve ever lasted in this challenge. At this point I want to focus more on new projects that will help boost my portfolio. I feel like I’ve painted enough sea life for now. Here is the mantis shrimp!
Erin Hunting has a Draw This in Your Style challenge that I couldn’t resist doing. Here is my take on her Captain Claws!
Trekell Professional Art Supplies had a promotion for a free starter’s set that includes a 6-inch hexagon wood panel, a round brush, and brush restorer. Here is what I painted, using the word “Bloom” as inspiration.
When I lived in Montana, my family cut down a wild Christmas tree and later cut the trunk into wood slices for me to paint on. A few weeks ago I painted the main characters of my story Hucklebear on them!
I decided it was time to revisit my gem dragons from 2017 and give them new life in paint. I am currently painting these small designs that I plan to turn into stickers. Below are the first six dragons: Garnet, Amethyst, Aquamarine, Diamond, Emerald, and Pearl!
~Plans for May~
Here are some things that I hope to complete this month:
Finish the gem dragons sticker designs
Start some full illustrations of the dragons❗️
An acryla gouache tutorial (continuing from April’s goals)
A couple stationery designs (continuing from April’s goals)
Thank you for reading! If you enjoy my work and want to support me, you can either make a purchase in my shop or buy me a coffee!