Hello Friends. Happy New Year. I’ve been a bit busy, and have neglected blogging.
Here are some of the pet portraits I created for people who needed gifts this past holiday season. I create these (and other custom work) all year, so if you need a Valentines gift…or Presidents Day gift (?) or an anytime gift, let me know! You can even order online.
Hall and Oates…R.I.P. Oates
Kiss Me, Kate!
Lucy & Kramer
Lydia a.k.a. Diddy a.k.a. DiddyBop
Sol & Lolita; together, they are Solita!
I’ve revamped my website, if you have time, take a gander. Any feedback is appreciated, if you feel so inclined.
I am excited for 2016…it has started off on a pretty great note, with lots of possibilities! I hope you are having a great one so far, too.
Magic Man the Pony
Bobby Dog and his Socks
Holiday gift suggestion for yourself or any pet lover in your life!
Custom pet portraits: $100
For every custom portrait sold, I will donate $10 to a local animal shelter.
Paintings are on 9″x12″ (image size is 8″x10″ so easier to frame). All paintings created with watercolor, gouache and ink on paper.
Please contact Nancy to order.
If you want something like a print, tshirt, or kids’ wear, please visit my Society6 shop or BoomBoom Prints store.
Thanks everyone, and have a lovely Holiday Season!
I doodled while watching football with my hubby on Sunday night. Then I put it on a coffee mug, because I want a coffee mug with this on it. 😀
I have such good time making all of these, whether they end up as prints, mugs, or dog t-shirts ;-). Or if they are just doodles in a margin or my sketchbook. I really love drawing, and I’ve loved finding a community with whom to share all of these crazy little designs. Thank you again for following along, and stay tuned for more. 😀
This week’s Illustration Friday topic is “Pointy”. This is the idea that made me giggle, so this is what I made. (It is probably ridiculous that this is the way I make many idea decisions.) I went analog here, using watercolors and colored pencils on watercolor paper.
If you would like a print or kids’ t-shirt, please go to my BoomBoom Prints store.
So, I got my Illustration Friday topics mixed up–this week was “Growth” and I thought it was “Nature”. Whatevs…it’s still Friday! I got some new (free) Photoshop brushes that I am playing with here, along with some paper texture…wheee. I think this weekend I will need a vacation from screens, but this was fun to make. I love Illustration Friday–they are a great community and always keep me inspired. I highly recommend the website to anyone interested in graphic design and illustration.
The Dinner Party
It has been a while, and I’ve been busy. I wanted to share two fun pieces I was commissioned to do. It was gratifying that they trusted me so much and like my style. They gave me a few activities they enjoy and told me to run with it, using whatever characters I came up with (animal, people, mineral…) The themes were gardening and dining with friends. These are 9″x12″ watercolor and pencil on watercolor paper. A big THANK YOU to Dusti and Jonathan.
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Hello all, it’s been a while, and for that I do apologize. I got a bit caught up in some other projects, and let the unicorns idle for a bit. Well, here is the newest installment, and I’m hard at work on finishing up the rest so I can just schedule them for posts. The next step is to pick the strongest and fully illustrate in color, as publishers like to get a taste of what the illustrations will look like in their final garb.