Every time I do an in-person art event, I get a lot of requests for dog art. I do really love dogs, but I just hadn't felt inspired to draw one yet. That is until I received a request for a Great Dane dogicorn. How could I resist?
I'm still working on coloring this guy in, but you folks can give it a whirl, too, while I work on it.
I'm really excited to bring back my popular Catnaps embroidery pattern, with an all-new addition to the designs. The new patterns are available as iron-on patterns or PDFs, but the entire collection wouldn't fit onto a single iron-on transfer.
Since I couldn't just turn my back on the two kitties that didn't make the cut, I decided to share them here, as a free PDF embroidery pattern.
I'm gearing up to take part in Inktober again this year, and I was looking over some of my pieces from last year to see what sort of inking techniques I want to explore this year. I have a bit of a different goal for Inktober this year, and I'm excited to share that goal on Instagram soon. But in the meantime, I wanted to share a coloring page from last year's collection, and so I present this little levitating witch. Files:• Download the Levitation coloring page here (PDF) - prints on 8.5" x 11" paper• Use regular printer paper or cardstock. You can...
I’ve been working on a few studies to help me learn a bit more about the beauty of nature, and this one was so fun to color, I just had to share. Files:• Download the Moth coloring page here (PDF) – prints on 8.5″ x 11″ paper• Use regular printer paper or cardstock. You can even experiment with printing onto art papers to try some different coloring techniques.