I’m still around, though I have been quiet for a loooong time. Seems I’ve needed a pretty thorough recharging period, longer than I thought I might need. But, it worked.
The last little while I’ve been sketching and planning, dabbling and collecting. And thanks to a few dear friends I’ve been given deadlines to officially play and make some art!
These tiny (max 3″x3″) paintings are for
at Leanna Lin’s Wonderland out in Los Angeles California. The show runs from Sept 10 to Oct 23, 2016, and if you’re in the area check it out! There looks to be a ton of tasty tiny affordale artworks, and 10% of the proceeds are going to Citystage.
Also, for the 3rd year running, I’ve been graciously invited to play with the fantastic figures from Argonaut Resins for New York Comic Con 2016. 3 cats & 2 bugs… Man, is this going to be fun! I promise to post wip photos before they fly off to New York❤
I think I forgot to post these, so I’m going to do it now (as I just received more of these lovely little hares and it brought them to mind).
These two dapper wee 3″ jackalopes were made using Bedtime Bunnies from Peter Kato. Lovely little sculpts, I chose to modify their arms, add some coats and antlers, eyes and noses, and make my horned jacks. I hope to do a few more, as he’s released other verisons of these sleepy bunnies… tiny little ones that belly-lay, and soon hanging ones that can be used for ornaments, though I plan on transforming at least one into a pendant. Fingers crossed that I work with him on some possible project in the future, but for now I’ll content myself with the occasional “angiefying” of one or two😉
In the next couple of weeks I’ll be working on a few more Tuttz from the lovely Eric Nocella Diaz at Argonaut Resins– just in time for Christmas!
Some 6″ Cats in Hats, ready for the snow and dapper as always. I’ll have some lovely fully painted ones as well as some transluscent ones in a few kittenish colours- can’t wait to see how THOSE turn out!
I will also be working on a larger Fantastic Festive Feline for those of you who follow a more traditional Pagan Path… this Fine Fellow is found with a sack full of little ones who have been oh-so-very naughty. He has his rusty chains and bells at the ready!
Love drawing these gals, thinking of making a wee colouring book/zine with various Cervari, if I do I’ll post them here.
So, thanks to all the lovely folk who voted for my submission on Instagram and Facebook, My Jackalope won the design competition! A clean shiny blank Skully is on it’s way to Canada, and I’ll make sure to post my progress on him as we go along here and on IG (@powellstudios).