Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Jan's moly

I look a tad bit angry in this drawing. Nothing personal Jan ;-), just the way the the pen drew me... I noticed that you like playing cards, so naturally I had to see what we would look like as the queens of our own deck. Hope you like them.

Quite the fun sign in page I must say... :) But my, what large fingers I have... ha ha

Melissa, see what you've wrought!

We have filled our third moly_x_portrait group. That's forty-five artists. This portrait thing is hot, really hot! I love it.


Monday, October 20, 2008

Vast Expanses of Blue

Portrait Party: Marina's moly - Sign-in

My contribution to the sign in page for Marina's moly - I can dance, but I can't dance well!

Portrait Party: Marina's moly - Me

Self portrait executed in broad strokes (and illustrating the dangers of using flash photographs for reference).

Portrait Party: Marina's moly - Marina

When doodling gets out of hand.

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Melissa's moly

My entry for Melissa's moly. I also like how it looks the plate ;)

I hope she likes it :))

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Forgive me Remi

What to do, what to do. I wanted to do Remi with is ukulele, but Marina beat me to it. Looking for a bit of inspiration I stepped into Remi's Flickr world. First I checked the photos he had set aside for us to use. No ideas yet. Then I saw he had other photos on Flickr too, including a fabulously French sneering one. Ah! Now I think I know what to do. It is shamelessly taking advantage of racial stereotypes I know, but is it made ok by doing it to myself too? I don't know. Forgive me Remi!

Sunday, October 5, 2008

Marty's Moly

Any guesses what we are looking at? I just got off work from my weekend monkey wearing job and it was a long day, so beer was necessary. I'm very serious when I wear my suit :D

Hope you like it Marty! This one will be off to you soon Yoda.

Anyone else think these look better in person? My scans never look as good as the real thing.

AnnaDenise's entry in Yoda's Moly

Finally found some time to work on this entry. It's inkjet transfer with watercolor, gouache, ink, pencil, copic markers and collage. Inspired by the book I was reading this week: Memoirs of a Geisha. Hope you like it, Yoda!

Saturday, October 4, 2008

Free like … a bird!

That's what came out from Emma's book. I don't know how I got to this birdies. I always dreamed to fly. Maybe that's the reason.
I hope you feel good in the sky, Emma!
You can see all the book here.