Discussion in 'Anything Goes' started by talesoftobv, Jan 10, 2011.
This is hanging over the fireplace:
These 3 are just in a bag in the closet:
Those are beautiful paintings! (I especially love the Wall-E one! You should put it up!) What size canvases do you use?
a few of my collages
THE LITTLE MERMAID!!
I can make one for yo uif you like just pm me
more 2 come....
Sis says thanks! She uses 16 x 20. I think she's going to paint over Ariel & Tinker Bell. An auction? Maybe for local traders (cuz it would be hard to ship?!). LMK what you think
omg i love you sketches they are so beautiful all of them i love the belle one
More of my sister's paintings (sis = jadeites-lady). I'm hogging the computer again. HAHAHAHA!!!!
This painting was selected to be displayed in the Riverside County Administrative Center, located at 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside, California as part of Riverside's "Artscape."
You have to be a resident of Riverside County.
Other artists' work was also selected.
Another painting (originally it was in the gold frame below):
And now, sis is finally letting me use the computer. Finally....but that's only because I have some bills to pay online.
I like the original gold frame for the picture above as well. But, the criteria was that it had to be matted and framed. So, here it is (3 views):
This painting is displayed in the John Gabbert Gallery in Riverside, CA. It was painted by me (of course) and donated to the gallery for display. Hopefully no one - outside the legal community - recognizes the painting. It is of the interior hallway of the Riverside County Historic Courthouse, located at 4050 Main Street, Riverside, CA. The only time you should be in the court is: (1) for jury duty; (2) if you are suing someone; (3) if you are being sued; (4) if you are a witness to a lawsuit.
Unless, of course, you want a tour of the historic building.
You can't see the plaque below the painting well (the writing) but it identifies me as the artist and the year I painted it (2012), the subject of the painting (Riverside Historic Courthouse, 1903 - present), the person who donated the painting (sis). I like to think I donated the painting cuz, hey, I drew it! I could have donated it. But sis, being part of the legal community, wanted to be the one to donate it.
I think the gold brought out the colors more than the black. I was considering a brown frame. Anyhow, yes, I donated the painting (so it's got my name as the donor, whoo hoo!)
I have alot of non disney related works...
These are artist trading cards (Only 2.5 x 3.5 inches)
sorry i got really excited there was and art thread omg...
would anyone want to see my lion king stuff?
punzel for amy dumbo for magon
for amy and grant
What an awesome thread! I love everyone's beautiful work! I can't help but jump in here too. First some old stuff...
Some years ago a friend was going to publish an RPG based on his series of short stories in which people's dreams/daydreams came to life. The game was never published, alas, but here's some of the concept art I did for him:
I never could decide between the red and white versions of this. (My Alice passion is showing!)
Full set on my Flickr site. I still have some of these originals... been wondering if they'd auction well.
More to come!
Here's a random smattering of things...
I joined an art book circle, where twelve people each have a four-page spread in a book to do with as they pleased, then the book gets sent to the next artist to fill in the next four pages. This was my spread in one of the books...
Mad, madder, maddest!
Some things I just had an urge to do...
I don't do much digital work, but the space one was for a Threadless (t-shirt company) contest. The rest of these are all colored pencil & a little ink.
More stuff on Flickr.
One more post after this...
My favorite thing lately is collage...
Sometimes I make collage greeting cards:
Sometimes bigger scenes or more abstract stuff. I did a blog game where I had people suggest subjects, and someone asked for "Clytemnestra murdering Agamemnon":
I did an abstract-ish piece for myself; I call it "Alice Can't Talk Right Now"
Recently I joined something called the Sketchbook Project at arthousecoop.com, where they send you a sketchbook, you pick a theme and fill it in and send it back, and they take it on tour to other art galleries/art houses where people can check them out like library books. The theme I picked for the first one was "Travel with Me." The whole thing is here. Here are a few pages:
The second one I did had a theme of "The Secret and How to Tell It." I asked people on my blog to comment with secrets, either anonymously or not, to be used, with permission, in the art pages. Here are a few:
(The last few in the book were done with Prismacolor markers, which have a delightful watercolor-looking finish.)
I am so jealous of your guys amazing talent. Such beautiful work. Keep it up.
*blush* Thank you! <3
Gonna have to check it out in person one of these days
I am astounded by everyones talent, so amazing. Could stare at this thread all day (shame it takes my internet ages to load everyones pictures)!! This just makes DPF even more awesome.
Here is a the piece of work I tend to post alot where art is being shown as it is currently one of my better pieces - chalk pastel of antelope from the opening sequence of the Lion King. was made about a year or so ago, haven't had much time to do any Disney related art recently which makes me sad!
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