Day 7

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It’s really difficult trying to put out a drawing every day. I went through 4 different drawings before I was finally able to create this, and I’m only slightly pleased with it.

Kuretake Brush Markers, and Pilot hi-tec C pen.

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I’ve got a new member to my family of bones. This is… actually I don’t have a name for him yet but for some reason I feel like he might be a Luis. It’s a resin skull shaped planter, right now I’ve got my fake peonies (the ones I use for hair flowers) sticking into his head, but I might switch things up depending on the season and my mood.

If you have a suggestion for what I should name him, let me know in the comments below.

Also I bought him off Amazon.

Inspired Corkboard

I saw the movie The Book of Life in theatres on November 2nd, 2014, and it became an instant love.
(So much so I downloaded the sugar smash game version of it onto my phone).

It was such a great movie, with an amazing soundtrack (which I bought and also have on my phone, and listen to daily), and all the little skulls, stars and hearts everywhere were awesome! Needless to say, as I was cleaning out my room I found an old corkboard/dry-erase board that I’d never used (probably because it was ugly). So after I red-did my room, I painted the corkboard.

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I think it’s much prettier now, and I’m more likely to use it, which is good because I need it to help me stay organised.
I kind of want to make this as a fabric print now. I want to make a circle skirt out of this. Anyway, I might give it a light dusting of a glitter clear coat, because, why not. I’m already using it so it’s serving it’s purpose after probably 10 years of not being touched. Now all I need are star, and heart shaped push pins.

Done using acrylic craft paints in gold, white, red and black, all of this was hand painted, no stencils or stamps.