So this is the second week of Behind the Scenes here on my Blog and I hope you enjoy looking into how each of these art pieces were made for Drawlloween this year!
After having completed MerMay for the first time I felt I had a few subjected pieces I could see myself selling and began to re-brand my Etsy Shop and create these new listings..
Around this time in my Embroidery Journey it has come to the month of May and I had decided to try and join in on the Instagram Challenge MerMay..
When I came home from seeing all the gorgeous colourful paint strokes that made up Van Gogh’s paintings I found myself imagining how those individual strokes of colours could translate into threads in the floss I use within my embroidery..
And so this letter series began, starting out as gift pieces for family and friends I really loved how this simple little concept produced something so sweet..
Embroidery is one of those things I have wanted to try for many many years, seeing lots of artists on Instagram create beautiful things with the technique. So when I had quit my job at Argos last year and had some free time on my hands I knew this was something I wanted to try... Continue Reading →
For those of you who don’t know about MerMay it is this rather popular Art Challenge on Instagram with over 308k posts this year! It was started by Tom Bancroft a Disney Animator and Character Designer with different words for each day to prompt the artwork. 14 ♦ Adrift For today's prompt I... Continue Reading →
For those of you who don’t know about MerMay it is this rather popular Art Challenge on Instagram with 168k posts in the past 13 days! It was started by Tom Bancroft a Disney Animator and Character Designer with different words for each day to prompt the artwork. 7 ◊ TranquilI've always loved that Riviera poster... Continue Reading →
Hi Everyone! So I know it has been a while since I last posted on here 375 days in fact! It has been a hell of a year full of lots of changes, work and projects and this is the main reason my blogging has taken a slip. But I hope to change this and... Continue Reading →
#MarchMeetTheMaker Day Twenty Two 'Proud Of' For those who don't know (Hi Newbies!) I studied Stop Motion Animation and Puppet Making at Staffordshire University a couple years back and it was the most busy, crazy and fun years ever on that Three Year Course. Managing to complete my 3 and a Half Minute Stop Motion... Continue Reading →