Hello, art fans!
I’ve done some new art – and here it is! it’s fun drawing World of Warcraft stuff again.
I post my sketches up on my Facebook Page as well, and I’ll have that feed to here eventually.
Also, here is my Convention Schedule for 2017. it’s small this year, taking a break:
Fur Eh, Edmonton AB. June 15-18
Saskatoon Comic & Entertainment Expo, Saskatoon SK, September 16 & 17
Do you want me to come to your show? Give me a shout!
amy at flyingarmadillo dot com or @artyewok on Twitter!
I have been working on commissions and tooling around in between them to get my juices going. If you’re super curious about what little scribbles I’m doing, I’ve been uploading them to the Pencils and Sketches part of my site. The quick little digital doodles are part of a project my pal Neogeen is working on and a bunch of artists are testing. I’m enjoying myself. (Seriously, check out her art, it is the bees knees)
Here are a couple of other digital pieces. The bear is a commission and the fox is a little pencil sketch I dolled up for fun.
Hopefully there will be more cute coming your way. I will be open for larger commissions in June – digital and real media – so give me a holler if you’re interested.
It’s nice to be finally getting the feel for the digital media again. Photoshop and I have not been friends for a while. FYI, the bear badge was done in SAI and the fox was coloured in photoshop.
You may have noticed the new banner at the top of my site. I have a store at store-envy and I’ll be placing my pre-made art, charms, magnets and sketchbooks there. It makes it easier for you to buy, and makes it easier for me to sell things to you. I won’t be going to any conventions this year, so this will be the best way to pick up some goodies. I am also open for commissions if you want to drop me a line.
Click for ahrts!
There it is again!
The big announcement is that the moonkin pattern is for sale! Knit yourself a friend.
Buy the pattern on Ravelry
Buy the pattern at Store Envy
Buy the Pattern at Etsy
Ravelry is probably the easiest way to buy, because you get automatic delivery of the pattern, but I thought I would add it in other places, too!
Go forth and knit, my fine feathered friends!
I did a round of World of Warcraft Cutie Commissions for folks, and here they are! I have one outstanding that’ll end up here when it’s done.
Also, I have this wonderful inkwash bunny that was done as a commissiin. Something that is not a Pony! I call shenanigans.
WoW Cuties Now!
More behind the break
So, this was my first prototype. it was based off an existing pattern but I didn’t like it so much, so I decided to write my own.
I’m almost done the test knit, these photos are a little old. I have finally gotten the wings sorted out (It only took me five tries, I ended up going with short, fat wings, so they’re a little different than the shape on the drawing below) so when I have time in my busy schedule of studying and trying not to be a complete and utter hermit, I’ll be finishing it off.
Enjoy the teaser pics!
Well, I have pages and pages of doodles that relate to my class notes (They help me remember and are mostly quite hilarious. I’ll scan some sometime for sure).
I very quickly knit a lobster for my brother, and I am in the process of making my own Moonkin pattern. I will need some test knitters for the moonkin once I’m done with it. I’d originally started by knitting a moonkin with an owl pattern from this Christmas’ ‘Knit Simple’ Magazine (I bought it because it has some adorable critter patterns) and while it is disgustingly cute, I decided to write my own from scratch. I knit the knit simple one as I went, so I do have a prototype moonkin that looks adorable, but not moonkinny enough for me. 😀
I’ll do more posting as things go on. For now, here is Francois the lobster. He is knit from this pattern and I kiiiind of messed up the increases/decreases and the placement of his feelers, but my brother thought he was adorable.
I ran a little free icon drive (Not on the website, sorry, did it on some more targeted social networking things) to figure out how much to charge for icons. The full colour ones were for people who tipped (One of the ones on the full colour sheet is not in colour because I’m waiting for reference), the mostly monochrome ones were the free ones.
Want an Icon? 100×100 or 150×150 icons – $10 for colour, $5 for tones. One character only. If the character or scene you want is complex, the prices will be more.
Now to move on to some bigger pieces of art, I am going to get a very rough Harold book completed for the con, working on that this weekend while I am in an Internetless area!