I’ve been toiling away over the last couple months making some NEW crafties in my home-based studio (kitchen) and thought I should share my new works since they will be out and about at fairs, fleas and art shows starting tonight.
I will have a table or display at the following places:
HOT ART WET CITY Gallery, 2206 Main St. (Here i will display my Darth Vader hair clips as part of the current show, May LaForge Be With You)
EASTSIDE FLEA, 1882 Adanac St. Tomorrow 9am to 3:30pm
VANCOUVER MINI MAKER FAIRE @ the PNE, June 1st and 2nd
Come visit me at my tables!!
Lost Girls Meets Lost Boys
Working on a series of drawings that revolve around Dorothy, Wendy and Alice. Inspired by Alan Moore and Melinda Gebbie’s graphic novel Lost Girls and mashing it with the 1987 film directed by Joel Schumacher Lost Boys.
Nintendo DS cozies!
I have part of a table at the Fan Expo starting tomorrow and Sunday. I’ll be at table 33 in the artist alley!
Check it out here: http://www.fanexpovancouver.com/
Along with some zines and prints that I have, I made these little Nintendo DS cozies. When I got my DS I didn’t want to buy the $30 - $40 case to protect it so instead I made a little cozy for it.
The cozies are lined with a soft felt fabric and I use mine to protect my DS when I bring it around in my purse or back pack. It works well for me so I thought I’d make some for other DS fans!
I will be selling these pockets for only $10, come visit me!
Collage meets Diorama. Fun!
Creature no. 7
Pumpkin Princess from the land of Halloween!
Creature no. 6
Maybe I should explain a little bit about why I am making all these different monsters. It started as a project for school but is also a personal zine project. I am making up a whole bunch of different creatures, naming them and giving them some background info. The final zine product will be out in April.
This project gives me a chance to work on my acrylic painting and digital art skills at the same time. I chose to draw creatures because I wanted to practice character building and design and, for me, making creatures is the most fun way to do this!
The Cat Lady
Switching from acrylic painted creatures to digitally made creatures, just to change it up a bit. This is, quite simply, a cat lady. She loves cats so much she had some plastic surgery work done.