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A pink kangaroo in colored pencil Photoshop brushes

A pink kangaroo in colored pencil Photoshop brushes

What’s in store this week? Another experiment with Photoshop brushes, another handmade pink animal as a subject, and the fascinating story of a piece of fabric. Since I found last week’s exercise with oil painting Photoshop brushes both enjoyable and useful, I decided to do it…

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Pink dog oil painting: playing with Photoshop brushes

Pink dog oil painting: playing with Photoshop brushes

I love how Photoshop brushes allow you to mimic any art material imaginable: gouache, pastel, oil painting, watercolor, ballpoint pen, you name it, I probably have a brush for that in my arsenal. But as much as I love brushes, I also hate how hard…

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Illustration Friday: Pointy

Illustration Friday: Pointy

My contribution for this week’s Illustration Friday’s theme: a pointy doggie. Who’s a good boy?

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My sentiments exactly, or a lettering exercise

My sentiments exactly, or a lettering exercise

It was one of those moments when there’s too much going on not to be stuck, until I asked myself those questions: what does your heart tell you, kiddo? what do you really want to say this week? what ideas, stories of feelings do you…

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Another flower pattern before switching subjects?

Another flower pattern before switching subjects?

  This was my first version of a pattern that later became… this one. Same pinks and yellow, but radically different execution.          

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A MATS class assignment: ceramic collection

A MATS class assignment: ceramic collection

Last week, like every week since the beginning of the Make Art That Sells/Home Decor class, I created a collection of home decor objects. The substrate of the week was ceramic, the main theme lettering, and for the first time, I feel like sharing the…

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Just a blue bird

Just a blue bird

It’s not the first time Frida Kahlo appears in one of my drawings, but it’s only once I was done that I realized this week’s image was also referencing Geninne Zlatkis: this print of hers is on the wall at the right of my desk,…

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