More 60s fashion!
More 60s fashion!
I have been REALLY into drawing 60s fashion recently. This one turned out a little comic-book-ish with the heavy ink, which was a pleasant surprise.
A couple of random Regency ladies in ink.
I got some new Winsor and Newton brushes and watercolors for Christmas, and I’ve spent these past few weeks in art supply heaven! I’m in love. It’s been so much fun learning new techniques and playing around with new tools. This 1950s lady was an exercise in outlining with a fine brush. Still got a ways to go, but it’s progress!
These past few months, I’ve been obsessed with the gorgeous musical adaptation of Tuck Everlasting. Here is my interpretation of the young heroine, Winnie Foster.
I finished my last exam today, so it is officially Christmastime! I am so ready to get properly festive, and I drew this magical Christmas flapper to celebrate the season. This was such a fun one, I think more historical magical girls are in order very soon. 🙂 I hope you all are having a very merry Christmas season!
Did any of you watch The Durrells in Corfu on PBS? The main characters are routinely awful to each other, but I loved the comedy, the beautiful Greek scenery, and the 1930s costumes. Can’t wait for Season 2!
I know I’m bombarding the internet with Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell fan art, but I don’t care. There are too many good characters in this thing. Here’s how I imagine Arabella Strange. Hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving!
Are any of you guys watching Poldark this fall? It’s so moody and relaxing to watch. I’ll probably do some more detailed character work soon (I posted a picture of Warleggan, the villain of the piece, a few weeks ago on Instagram), but this little painting was to try to figure out those gorgeous Cornish cliffs.
Another character from Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell, The Gentleman With the Thistle-down Hair.