I’ve unknowingly began a series of fanart focused on strong female leads/ protagonists in red which I call: Girls in Red (Fanart Series). I didn’t know it before but I am attracted to protags with strong visual prowess and it just so happens that their personalities or roles in the story they belong in match
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I’ve tackled so many art challenges, it’s almost unbelievable it’s barely near the end of January when I finished Magic Moon Week. Magic Moon Week is an art challenge I stumbled upon on Instagram, created by these artists:@barbaratamilin @nancychalmers @claire.prouvost @petrabraunillustration @hannahjayhollowed @weronika.salach (I didn’t actually know that before I joined… and I joined really
For me, the words “finally” continues to ring as I create this blog post and while I created the video for my long awaited chapbook/zine called She Grew Stories. I’ve had the collection of poems finished for a couple years now and finally, I’m getting to the artwork I promised myself I would create one
Around this time of year from December to the end of February, I’m often brought to my lowest of lows. As I’ve often talked about in my other posts here on my blog, the turning of a new age will often bring out memories I’ve thought I let go. This time is no different. Not all work is fun.
Expectations led to a bunch of disappointments that he could frankly do without. But complications, those were different entirely. He liked the complicated and often made things complicated when they weren’t.
The coffee he usually bought, he made at the Maison. There was something about making something himself that always made staying at the Maison that much more special.
The thing about Georgiana isn’t that she’s been hurt, it’s that she wants to never be again. Isn’t that the case for everyone?
So, she decided to get to know the girl, to peel the mysteries off piece by piece so she too could yearn to live again.
She listened to Georgiana tell her stories about the failings of an older girl, the heartaches, the intangible pain, and watched the visible scars across the arms of an equally thin girl fade with time. Yet, they would always be there, Georgiana tells her.
Recollecting September For this month, I’m doing another artist vlog to end it while I paint and ink a few things like The Hows of Us Fanart. It’s been a long month of emotions and self-reflection. I don’t think there was ever a time this month that I felt extremely good about myself but at
Here’s a list of things that’s changed in my life: I practice a new diet to combat my acid reflux and bloating, I minimalize my possessions, and I’ve been keeping up with a schedule to create more paintings before the year ends. and I’m dying a little in the inside I think, my new diet