Got three more masked babes done yesterday.
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This antique postcard inspired my favorite of this week's batch.
The rabbit didn't have any inspiration behind it,
except for the overall inspirational quality of bunnies in general.
This old Clapsaddle postcard inspired . . .
. . .this one-
Isn't it fun when inspiration strikes?
There is a noticeable lack of color in this week's goods. I don't know why. Guess I was just feeling
black and white and gray all over.
Hope you're having a more colorful week.
Gorgeous work, I love the little owl on the pumpkin!ReplyDelete
You are some awsome artists! I love all of Your work! Fantastic and good quality as it seems!ReplyDelete
I´m a mixed-meadia-artistwannabe myself so welcome to visit me!
Great stuff!!! Love it!ReplyDelete
Out of curiosity, did you get the first postcard from the Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab? I have the same exact one on my desk! XDReplyDelete
I absolutely love these little guys. Your work is amazing.
Gloriaski, Girl! Do you NEVER slow down? Your new pieces are brilliant, and I LOVE the black & white! That adorable bunny could just about make me - a well-known hater of all things Spring/Summer/hot weather-related - long for - gasp! - EASTER.ReplyDelete
You know I was never one to like clowns but your skeleton clowns are great!!! Maybe if all clowns looked that way I wouldn't be so scared of them. :) As always I love all your new goodies.ReplyDelete
I love using old postcards as inspiration. You really got creative with using the owl on the head with that piece, just love it.ReplyDelete
It IS fun when inspiration strikes. Your moon inspiration is wonderful and so is the creation it inspired. :-)ReplyDelete
Your work is amazing! I love, love, love the clown piece...genius!!!ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness!!! I just adore your work!... I am so pleased I found your site...I will ardently follow it from now on!ReplyDelete
I love the colors,,well done!ReplyDelete
I have to say, that your carnival tent skull gal with the clowns is probably THE most amazing piece of art I've ever seen!! Bravo et Brava!! :)ReplyDelete
Wow, this is some punkin fest here. So glad I kept playing catch up, Jo.ReplyDelete
Candace in Athens.