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For some odd reason I keep relating my illustration project to [livejournal.com profile] theevilstellie and her son Xander :P



Crappy photo of my fingers and the needle felted sheepie....

I've started knitting up that orange and brown yarn. Definitely harsh on one's fingers, that's for sure. It'll turn out an awesome grocery napsack, though. The ball of light orange is that bit Chris had spun and I traded out some of my thin yarn for.... And that's my orange book bag on the floor. Yes, I have a love for the colour orange, bite me :P

Old scrap that I don't think I ever posted.... Another old scrap that resides in the large sketchbook. I've dedicated that one to centaurs only... I think I posted one of them a while back ago, but she's over a year old, now.

Yay, all done. Time for more work.
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Bigger image and close-up shots of the Unicorn and the Bull )

FINALLY finished with this. Will be for sale, but not by private treaty -- public auction as soon as I figure out if I want it up at Furbid or eBay. Suggestions? (I can't find my ruler to measure and I can't remember the dimensions... mebbe I typed those up elsewhere...)

Strathmore illustration board, Prang watercolours and watered down acrylic paint -- signed and dated in black acrylic ink along the border. A great deal of time off and on between the end of the spring semester and about 45 minutes ago.

I'd scan it, but my scanner isn't big enough -- not even for piecing; it eats the colour up.
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1. sketchbook drivel; last unicorn and the red bull -- will be personal project for the upcoming break (watercolours on illustration board) -- some sort of inking pen over non-photo blue pencil; prismacolor pencil overlay

2. concept: 50/50 -- turned out great! craft: 50/50 -- nice and clean (1/2 late x2 -10) 90/100 B; 2-D Design Concepts homework. Create a piece of work using three 'textures', any way you like. Base it upon the animal you choose from the bowl (got horse). Materials: Page 924 (Photo-Photographers) from the Richmond-Metro 2005 yellow pages; yellow and orange highlighters, black micron inkpen, white gel pen, Paris-France from 1972 National Geographic and the hair of a girl studying in said city from said National Geographic.

As far as the piece I was working on last night/this morning, it has been turned in. We shall never speak of it again.

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