Currently out on my table are a couple of things I made for the Friesen Project. Did pendants instead of mirrors cuz… I didn’t have a mirror to use. The smaller one on the right incorporates a small clay snake that Jessie made for me. Can’t wait to wear it! Not sure what I’m gonna […]
Been busy and not feeling up to blogging lately. But last minute decided to do this week’s Diva Challenge. The idea came from Jessie’s history lesson today. Saw the illustration of the Great Serpent Mound in Ohio and thought it would make a great fit for this week’s challenge.
Still working on this one but I’m happy with the direction it is going.
Here’s a ZIA I’ve been working on since Sunday. I was inspired by a drawing of a Tlingit Indian crow mask (in one of Jessie’s history books). Not done yet. But happy with it so far. And happy to feel inspired!
Couldn’t get this posted yesterday for some reason. The picture just wouldn’t upload. So here it is today. Playing a but with the latest Diva challenge. Not super happy with it but continuing anyway. Keeping with the goal of “keep the art flowing”. Focusing on the effort not the outcome. You should see some of […]
This being our first week back to school and karate, I haven’t had as much time to draw. But I managed to find enough to get this far on Diva’s 101st challenge. Some of it is based on an earlier tangle I did. Hoping I can get done by Saturday. Gonna try to carve out […]
Quickie post of some tangles I’ve been working on. The cards have taken several weeks with all the holiday goings on. More later. Going to see if some yoga will help me feel better now.
Playing with my new pens. Still doing the Diva dance. These tangles have got to be the most “sociable” I’ve tried. Love the way Foxtrot dances nicely with Paradox or becomes Mooka. Here’s some close ups:
Woohoo! The Diva is celebrating her 100th weekly challenge and a very special guest post. Really had fun playing with Waltz, Foxtrot and Rock-n-Roll. Seems like you could just connect them to anything or continue their lines and poof! They’re something else. Thanks Laura, for making the world a doodlicious place!!