Hatshepsut is my favorite pharaoh. Turns out she was kinda fat, balding (grew her hair long in the back and had no hair in the front, and wore a fake beard.
Her step-son took over when she died and her body was hidden away. A single tooth in a box marked as belonging to her – matched the missing tooth and root found in a mummy in another tomb- further DNA testing confirmed it was her.
She’s done in inks and acrylic on a vintage postcard from 1902. Inbox me to buy email@example.com
Mr. Schadenfreude was always saying mean things telepathically to his conjoined twin FunSponge. #Drawlloween2016 #Inktober2016.
This was done using black and white inks on an ACEO 2.5″ x 3.5″ – Inbox me to buy firstname.lastname@example.org[Top]
I recently saw a video on YouTube, where I spend way too much time. The Cat with Hands is a short film directed by Robert Morgan. It was such a well-done short story – I got all inspired and painted my own imagined cat with hands.
The piece is up for sale at eBay if you’re interested and otherwise – check out this video! You’ll LOVE it! And support the maker and share it with your friends 🙂
This was a 5″ x 8″ watercolor with some print work on acid-free paper. She’s currently available as a print 🙂
Enjoy Nurse Zoe, the ultimate dedicated nurse!
This painting started off as just pink pineapples inspired by a very funny story I was told by a friend. Then it turned into a lady with pink pineapples… that are apparently levitating. I think it’s a fun little piece 😀[Top]
This piece was sold very quickly. Like so quick I am writing this blog post after the sale! But I wanted to share with you because it was fun to do. It was a 5×8 on wood board. Painted in Acrylics.[Top]
If we’re already friends you know I love John Waters and “Female Trouble” is just a hysterical movie. Dawn Davenport and her cha cha heels…. was the inspiration for this 5×5 acrylic painting on a found wood board.[Top]
BBWs remain one of my fave subjects to paint and I recently did a few![Top]
Ran across something fun today. I did a project through a Brooklyn library back in 2010 and they digitized the sketchbook. Here you go![Top]