Another amateur animated ‘toon. This one was my submission for the Kitchen Table Mini Film Festival. I can’t wait to do another! This was an awesome idea by Carla Sonheim and Kara Kramer. I could still do a ton of things to this video to tweak it but I had a deadline. I still mayContinue reading “My contest submission”
I took Carla Sonheim’s class on animation called “Make it Move” and it was fun and really helpful. I enjoyed it a lot and it gave me ideas how to handle animating my art in the future. My head is popping with ideas. One assignment was to animate some collage pieces…..this is a very shortContinue reading “A little video….”
I am taking a portfolio building class that I actually signed up for the end of last year… it runs from March to June…May’s assignment was to create a square shaped paisley design. I started this project in several steps and I approached using Zentangle patterns. I really enjoy doing Zentangle shapes. They are veryContinue reading “Paisley project”
I signed up for a bundled group of workshops back in November, before John was laid off, that were running this year. They are for building my on line portfolio. April’s assignment was West Side Story. I actually found this assignment to be a lot of fun, however, a lot of work. It was doneContinue reading “My West Side Story project”
Here are the last three doggies of the book. It was a wonderful project and I truly enjoyed it so much that I am looking for another tiny project. Though I am looking to get or make books where the pages don’t chop my image in half. The PAGE size was 2.33 x 1.66 andContinue reading “Last but not least….”
This tiny sketchbook is part of the Tiny Sketchbook Project. It will be on tour and it also can be viewed at the Brooklyn Art Library along with 1000’s of other sketchbooks and my tiny sketchbook from last year. If you’d like to view it in person, go to sketchbookproject.com for more information. As IContinue reading “More pages and how to see the book in person”
Finally making it to the middle of the book. Fortunately for my followers, there are a lot more pages left to post!