I wouldn’t describe myself as superstitious…maybe quirky…but I like to think everyone has a few little lucky charms or beliefs maybe?
One of my lucky charms is this little half santa, half dog dude. My Rick gave him to me when we first got together and has been on lots of adventures – well pockets and handbags! He currently lives under my screen…and has witnessed the 365 heart journey so far and deserves a mention or at least to be used in a heart art.
Red for Christmas, Blue for Smurfs…now don’t be silly – dogs aren’t blue!
My lucky charm...currently standing as Santa of course!
Walking in the woods this time of year is always good for the soul…as long as you’re wrapped are warm anyway! We love it.
I think I can honestly say that it was the first time we’ve seen a rainbow in December though. I used water colour and ink for my heart art to represent the rainbow, and my natural mindless doodles for the rest…
I’m also super honoured to have 20 subscribers to my blog! How special – this is dedicated to you all, thank you for your support my lil’ rainbows! x
Rainbows and trees dedicated for Christmas in celebration of dogs that loved to visit these woods
We’ve got the fire going tonight, and we’ve been chopping and storing wood for the winter this afternoon – in the process I pulled out this bit of wood because of the patterns in the grain and thought it should be put to a pretty use.
I’ve used my silver Ferby Lyra pencil to enhance the grain detail and make a heart art…looks a bit like an eye don’t you think?
Today I watched a video of Christopher Hitchens recommended by Been There Done That on Twitter – I respect what they share and gave it a go. Some bits did loose me, but I connected strongly with his views on humanity, self-belief and women and their power - the last 30 seconds of his talk is stunning…
‘Think for yourself, much more happiness, beauty and wisdom will come to you that way’. Christopher Hitchens, R.I.P 13 April 1949 - 15 December 2011
Combine that with my focus of my webinar for the Webheroines Conference in January and you’ll get quite a girly heart art this evening.
Thanks for your guidance and support today Keri and congrats on being featured in the Design Week blog! whoop whoop!
I’ve mixed up some left over treats from Crafternoon Tea and some bits from my artbox. I stitched pink lace to illustrative tracing paper, added a pearl button and stuck to an oldy-worldy-bodice pattern:
I just made this up as I went along…so its quite an abstract heart shape. I started off thinking of superheroes and a what a heart super hero would look like and this is what happened.The character could do with more devlopment of course, but I quite like it as it is.
The circles certainly remind my of Anthoy Burrills Sunset over waves, but everything else…well your guess is a good as mine – me being a bit free…!
Inspired by the very cool talk by Alex Maclean of the very colourful Airside hosted at Glug this evening I’ve chosen to take my (and geek Debbies) theme of the day…Debbie’s gorrrgeous tiger tights for my heart art today. Thanks to geek Debbie and geek Heather for a top evening x
Pattern Heaven with the Lovely Debbie xx (I do like your face! honest!)
Inspired by street artist Tomo and his ability to graf ontop of prints, I thought I’d introduce a similar concept to my heart art tonight, but make my graphic somehow work with the established marks…if that makes sense…?
Step 1. Ink + cabbage leaf printing on grease-proof paper.