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Tag Archives: illustration
Diwali is the Hindu Festival of Lights, and marks the New Year. It is traditional to light as many lamps (called Diyas) as one can, outside, inside and around the home. If you’d like to find out more about this beautiful festival, … Continue reading
Well, I can’t really say where I’ve been… you know how it goes, right? Confidentiality and all that. But I’ve been given permission to show this screenshot of what I’ve been working on for a Kindergarten. I really need to pull … Continue reading
This is one of the tactics that the famous lion tamer, Evor Gabor, employs, to brush Sasha’s teeth. It makes it far more pleasant, when he puts his head in Sasha’s mouth.
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“One night I walked home very late and fell asleep in a satellite dish…” – Steven Wright The rest of the quote goes”…My dreams were showing up on TV’s all over the world.” I wanted to illustrate the whole quote, but … Continue reading
Every time I finish an illustration for IF, I heave a huge sigh of relief that I managed to squeeze it in at a fairly decent time during the week. And I also typed that line every single time, and … Continue reading
Here’s my 2nd entry to the Ripple Project. Go see the amazing collection and donate! The animals need you.
You can help save the quiet victims of the latest black eye we’ve given Earth. Here’s an extract of the email explaining: Today we have a very special topic to announce. The topic is “Ripple”, suggested by Kelly Light. Kelly … Continue reading
Yet another experiment. I like the flexibility because it shows that I can actually draw, gives me a whole lot of digital coloring options, is fast and I can actually turn my sketch-book to get at the angles. 😉 I … Continue reading
It looked as if Mrs. Buckworth would have to hire a new trail of servants very soon – if she wished to continue her Paris shopping, that is. ————————————————————————————————— My son christened her Mrs. Buckworth. Pretty clever, eh? 😉 Its … Continue reading
I messed around with Mama Owl from two posts back and came up with this snippet out of a book. Let me know what you think. 🙂 Click here to go see it. Mama Owl, signing off. Have a great … Continue reading
So here I am… Week 2 of accounting for my progress. What I did last week: 1. I made myself a new blog header – which I liked so much that I’m sharing it here – simply because you can’t … Continue reading
Grandma wrapped the blanket around Kate, and said, ‘When I was a little girl, I used to get mad and sad, and like you – I didn’t know why. So I would snuggle in this cocoon that my mother made … Continue reading
Before I begin, let me specify (as if there were any doubt!) that the ‘sycophant’ mentioned is my workaholic-alter ego. 🙂 So here’s my first accountability post of what I accomplished last week. (Sunday is the first day of my … Continue reading
I’m sheepishly pulling one out of the hat for this week’s IF submission. I had made this piece for my 10YO son who is about to perform his first solo in his school concert. I’m SOOOO excited and nervous. You … Continue reading
This one is for my son. He will be singing a solo at his school concert (did I mention this in another post?! I’m a proud mother – sue me.) Well, anyway, this ones for him just to show him … Continue reading