Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Hug A Bug...

Or a tree... 

Or a cat...if you prefer.
Haven't had much time to do anything other than doodle but I am keeping the pencil lead sharpened and this chipper gal keeps popping up in my sketchbook.
Hope to be back in the studio this weekend...now that all the bits and bobs are hooked back up and put back into place.
Can't wait to incorporate elements of these two techniques into my process:
Digital Watercolor by Tracy Bishop

*the world feels wide open and full of possibility*
HUG IT!!!

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    1. Thanks, Michaele. How are things going in your creative life?

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  2. She's an adorable girl to keep popping up!

    xo
    Kristin

    p.s. I'm doing the same thing with the spring cleaning and sprucing... Lots and LOTS of DIY projects :)

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    1. Kristin, so great to have you back on my blog and thank you. Yes, spring cleaning has had a profound effect. Amazing how, when I let go of stuff it makes more room for ideas.

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  3. Can't hug a cat. I'm allergic, but I'll hug my Dachshund and Chihuahua mix any day :) I love your little girl character, Jenn, she's so much fun!

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    1. Thanks a bunch, Mauricio. I am having lots of fun developing her.

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  4. Things are good--just really busy! So excited for you new PUPPY! Ahhhh!!!! Love the cat's expression in this piece. Also, did you work out the piece with the girl jumping on the bed? I know you were trying to figure stuff out on that one. Love you stuff, GURL!

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    1. Hey there! Sorry I am so late replying. NEW PUPPY is sucking up any/all free time. I'd forgotten they are like having a baby & toddler at the same time. I did work it out, finally. Thanks for asking. I will show the final soon. Thanks for believing in me. I hope *scratch that* know that you and I will meet one day at the LA conference and swap success stories.

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