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OLD TEDDY IDEAS

 I had an idea to make a bunch of teddy bears with dolls. I never really finished the idea.  I know teddy bears aren't popular right now.... I just love teddy's so much! But I was sort of copying an idea of another artist.Her...
by Art In Flight on Jan 12, 2011

London Art Spot: Orly Orbach

Dark washes and black pen and ink techniques lend a slightly haunting, mysterious atmosphere to a large part of Orly Orbach’s otherworldly portfolio. Her illustrations often tell a story and have been featured regularly in Ambit magazine among othe...
by Little London Observationist on Dec 26, 2010

Randy Glass

Randy Glass, Illustration RandyGlassStudio.com - Randy Glass - Illustration - Pen & Ink - Water Color - Portfolio - About About Randy Glass : "All of my illustrations are hand-drawn no computer enhancement . Although I have worked extensively in...
by Beertjes on Nov 16, 2010

Swirls

My latest doodles created using some spiffy new metallic pens on plain white paper.  As usual they are very swirly and colourful, with a lot of concentrated detail in a small space!  The largest piece is A Matter of Swirls, … Continue reading...
by Wealie's World on Nov 8, 2010

Keith Witmer

Keith Witmer, Illustration Portfolio KeithWitmer.com - Keith Witmer - Illustration - Portfolio - Sports - Wildlife - Multifarious - Food - Icons - Landscape - Maps - Portraits - About About Keith Witmer : "After receiving his B.F.A. from Otis/Par...
by Beertjes on Oct 25, 2010

Last of the Summer Whine

Autumn has once again arrived in the UK. Tescos have had their Christmas chocolates on display for over a month now and, at the cricket club, the art group have had to move the exhibition stands and other equipment from the outdoor container to the u...
by Jewel's Arty Blog on Sep 19, 2010

Cheeming Boey and the Coffee Cup Canvas

Artwork by Cheeming Boey. Sharpie Marker on Styrofoam coffee cups. For more artwork, check out the website iamboey.com As always, like our posts? Click the buttons below and spread the love! Related Articles Another artist working in Coffee Cups (gre...
by Living Each Day in CMYK on Sep 6, 2010

That Ink Appeal

QUIET, CAREFREE AND INTROSPECTIVE. Tessar Lo depicts with ink and watercolor, the kind of break I hope to have tonight amidst this very busy week.Was just chatting to a co-worker about how I think the concept of rest does not really exist anymore. At...
by LadyLikes on Aug 25, 2010

That Ink Appeal

QUIET, CAREFREE AND INTROSPECTIVE. Tessar Lo depicts with ink and watercolor, the kind of break I hope to have tonight amidst this very busy week.Was just chatting to a co-worker about how I think the word "rest" does not really exist anymore. At lea...
by LadyLikes on Aug 25, 2010

Blue Lagoon Painted Debutante

This one's for Shelly...

The Smoking Rabbit

I drew this pen and ink illustration a few weeks ago. It became much more involved then I originally intended, but that happens to me quite a bit. I will start off just wanting to sketch out an idea and I end up adding all kinds of detail. I am still...
by Cartoon Curtis on Aug 6, 2010

Debutante #1 1946

I am finally getting around to posting my latest and greatest Painted Lady. This is Debutante #1 (I'm hoping to name her at some point-- any suggestions are welcome). I found this Debutante "Bible" at Cloverlea from 1946. It features incredible photo...

Haloed Painted Lady

Although I want to make at least twelve, I have been getting a little burnt out on my painted ladies. I am branching out a little bit with the format and background. My intention was to create a space bubble around her hair, but my friend Shelley men...

Spine Lady: Exposed

I just completed this drawing today. I am really into spines...I want explore them some more.

Book Lady #2

I have really been enjoying drawing in "Gregg Shorthand." It is very small and portable (about 5"x7"). Sweet little book. I only wish I could learn shorthand...it's like a secret language!

IN CASE OF FIRE PLEASE THROW IN

I worked on this lady yesterday in a book called "Gregg Shorthand." My favorite part of the book is this lil handwritten scentence at the edge of the cover, "In case of fire throw in." I guess they didn't like learning shorthand. I can't blame them..

New Drawing...

I just finished this drawing this morning. I have been lusting after the artwork of Iain Macarthur. As you can see, I have completely jocked his style. But, as they say, imitation is the highest form of flattery. Iain's work is mind-blowing. It is a...

"Discussion"

Pen & ink on paper8 1/4 x 8 1/4 in.Click image to enlarge.This drawing is available for sale here on Etsy.It has been quite a while since I have tackled a pen & ink crosshatched drawing. This one took some time because of all the lines, but...
by P. Landis Blair Fine Art on Jun 4, 2010

That Neurosis

EXPLODING HEADS, BURSTING BIRDS AND RUPTURED FLOWERS. Can anything be more nervous than Andy Gilmore's drawings?Me.Illustrations by Andy Gilmore, birdbrid.blogspot.com...
by LadyLikes on May 14, 2010

"Portrait of a Man"

Pen & ink on paper7 x 6 in.Click image to enlarge.I did this sketch earlier today, but I am hoping to make it back out to the studio later to work on some other things. I have somewhat slacked off for the last few days, and I need to jump start...
by P. Landis Blair Fine Art on Apr 22, 2010


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