I have 3 friends and family birthdays in a row, so I usually end up creating handmade birthday cards that have a theme to make it easier and quicker to do a set of 3. I chose super-heros for these 3 cards, and they sort of looked like the person I was giving them to….okay…if they were all powerful, super-hero persons. I think they really enjoyed getting them. How would you feel getting one?
My little, niece loves pink, magic and unicorns, so here’s the card I created for her. I think I might have been missing some glitter on it, but I think it turned out quite nicely just the same. What’s your opinion of glitter? How about unicorns?
As an artist and someone who can draw, I usually like to create cards for friends and family. Unfortunately, I don’t always have time to create them…you know….life, work, deadlines, other projects get in the way.
For the next few days, I’ll post a few of the cards I fortunately DID have time to create. Have you ever gotten a homemade card? What did you think of it? How did it make you feel?
This homemade, hand-lettered birthday card was for my brother who LOVES LEGOS!
It’s Thanksgiving and I just wanted to wish you a wonderful holiday. I hope you enjoy your friends, family and great food today. I will be doing the same thing. I’m thankful that I can draw, cute little drawings like this thank you card I drew for my sister after she helped me through a really dark time in my life. I’m thankful to have friends in whom I can confide when things get hard and painful. What has you feeling grateful for today or any day?
I forgot to show you all 9 of my post-it drawings before I sent them off to Giant Robot in Los Angeles for their annual Post-It Art Show. Here they are on my desk. I think they turned out well. My favorite ones are the 3 Bat Girls or Bat Ladies. Which are your faves?
Oh man, I’m finally finished with the post-it drawings. The last 3 were a little bit different than the bunny girls and ladies. I guess you could call them bat ladies….and yes….they’re invisibly soaring above it all.
More done. More to go. I’m over half way done with the little, post-it drawings of all kinds of bunny girls and bunny ladies. 3 more post-it drawings to go….I’m so close to the finish line.
Little by little, I’m making more progress on these little post-it drawings for Giant Robot’s show. The due date for them is coming soon. I better light a fire under my ass to get these done.
Yep, I keep making progress. How many more do I have left?
I actually finished one of those little post-it artworks. It’s, of course, a Victorian Bunny Girl. I think she is going to love being in the Post-It art show at Giant Robot….oh the places, she’ll go….oh the things, she’ll see!