Here’s a chalk pastel piece I did of my friend Andrew at the Dallas Zoo. I didn’t really like it until I added the map background. That was my “yes!” moment.
Prepping for Prom
A couple years ago, my mom and grandma drove me and a couple of my friends to our church camp. On the way, we stopped by this really cool Sonic with retro phones. My mom took pictures of my friends Lindy and Lacy ordering their food. I changed the pictures up a little bit and made it a prom story.
The girls are colored pencil, and the background is in watercolor pencil.
Snow Will Fall
Okay, here’s a new piece I just finished. I kind of combined a couple pictures I found to make this. It’s a little darker than my other pieces, but I think it turned out looking nice.
I like listening to music while drawing. Lots of Disney 🙂
First of course, I started with the pencil outline, and started filling it in with colored pencil starting with an important focal point of the art piece:
This is what it looked like when finished! Hope you like it!
Happy Birthday Jesus!!!!
This year, I was fortunate enough to get a Wacom Intuos Pen tablet. I love it!
First thing I drew: Hermione, of course!
I love the Wacom pen tablet. It’s so easy to use, and feels great. It makes drawing with a mouse feel like drawing with a bar of soap! This thing makes drawing on the computer sooooo much easier.
Here’s the finished product!
Lilly and Little Teddy
Yesterday, my family participated in our tradition of seeing a movie on Thanksgiving day after stuffing our faces with turkey and all the trimmings.
Okay, so one of my biggest dreams is to be an animator or some kind of artist for Disney. I mean, what girl doesn’t want to work for Disney? I don’t think I’ve grown out of being a Disney Princess, and I don’t think I ever will.
(Here’s a quick sketch I did of Elsa and Anna tonight)
Of course, we just had to see Disney’s Frozen. We all loved it! It’s now one of my favorite Disney movies ever. Co-director Jennifer Lee said that the main theme of the film is “the power of love over fear”, and it’s very evident throughout the movie. My mom pointed out this morning that it sounds a lot like 1 John 4:18 which says “perfect love drives out fear”. I love it when movies have a hidden spiritual message weather or not the producers meant to have it there!
Since it’s about two sisters, our family really connected with it, having two girls in the family too. My little sister and I are already listening to the fun soundtrack. I highly recommend it, and I really want to see it again myself!
Both Elsa and Anna are going to be added to the list of official Disney Princesses!
Watercolor Pencil and Calligraphy Ink
Harry Potter sketch
Yer a drawing, Harry!
Artsy Rosebud art
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