In my pursuit to create a new piece everyday, I’ve gotten a little sloppy with any sort of story telling I may have been going for. However, I am trying to find time to just create something.
Done in Procreate App for IPad.
To my delight, his week I’ve been featured on Kettlepot Tracks Art on the Hill.
I absolutely love what they are doing over there. The husband and wife team invite independent musicians and bands to their home just outside of Philadelphia, where they record live tracks and videos for their blog. They also feature visual artists, weekly.
If you’d like to check out my little feature, that can be found here.
Follow me on Instagram @chrissyjoxyz to see progress shots of new illustrations, sketches and a peek into my awesome life.
This week I have been really throwing myself into full illustrations. As much as I loved drawing just busts of animals, they left something to be desired. Backgrounds. Currently, I am working on a series of animal based illustrations that tell a story.
Both prints are available for purchase over at the shop.
Finally! High quality professional 8×10 prints on cotton linen paper are now available at the shop. For a mere $18 you can have one of these babies carefully packaged and shipped to your door.
In the last twenty four hours, I have decided to take a small break from focusing on line work in my illustrations. Carefully choosing the right line weight and stroke can be mentally exhausting. These are the two pieces I’ve worked on in the past day.
Both illustrations were created in a drawing app for iPad, using a watercolor technique. Also, both are expected to be available as high quality 8×10 archival prints in the shop by the end of next week.
Days of drawing with pen and paper are over for me. I have become completely enamored with “finger painting” on my Android phone. This week that completely changed with my brand spankin’ new iPad. Here are a few things I’ve been doing.
I also had a few commissioned projects I worked on.
Complete logo package for a local metal band, Composing the Apocalypse. Based on a preexisting logo design, new images are ready for web graphics, stickers, tshirts and other printer merchandise.
Header graphic for a friends creative anecdotal blog, These Things: Do Not Do Them. Hand drawn type on blackboard.