Sunday, November 3, 2013

Art Lately

Hey guys.

Here's some art I've done lately:

A commenter mentioned that there's a lack of racial diversity in my work (ironically, hours after I finished this piece, haha) which is something I really have noticed and been trying to rectify over the past months. Really most of my final paintings are predominately white chicks, so I definitely need to work harder at it. A lot of my work focuses on female empowerment, and it's really important to me to include all types of ladies in that. So here's me making a commitment to make a real effort for diversity.

This is the second book I've illustrated from the Odyssey for class. I traded with someone for it... no way was I not gonna do the Sirens! I wanted them to be a little bit punk.

And here's book 17, where Odysseus wakes up in Ithaca.

A sketch I liked.

And here's some Halloween themed illustrations! The first is a sad sad ghostie girl.

And I also did a real fashionable teenage witch.

As always, if you want a commission, I love doin' them! You can purchase one in my shop.

And if you guys could, will you take another survey for me? This one is for marketing and it's on online vs in-store shopping.






9 comments:

  1. That first one and the last one are my faves!

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  2. the sirens! <3<3 love it!
    i'm so in love with your things!
    completed the survey :)

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  3. Gah, I love your art style so much. The sirens and the fashionable teen witch are gorgeous.

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  4. Draw more of we fat chicks, too! haha :) Love the many-patterns-in-one idea. Lovely as always!

    <3 Megan
    http://kiddotv.blogspot.com

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  5. your take on the sirens is SO AWESOME, that one was my favorite one by far

    xo marlen
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  6. The sirens are my favorite. I like the variety in the multiple ladies too.

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  7. This is AMAZING! I love the diversity of color & size, and I love that you care about that stuff. It's so important.

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  8. Those first two prints are my favorite! Took the survey, btw. :)

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