Posts tagged Art
Posts tagged Art
I’ve had many dreams in my 21 years of life, but never had such a passion for an idea like I did for Amelia & Charlene.
(I’ll be doing a bit of a Q&A for my next post in which I answer questions about my comic, myself, art and any other random stuff so feel free to leave questions in the comments!!)
Sorry I’ve been so inactive lately, but I’m starting this blog so please check it out & Signal Boost it if you wish to!!
Prints for sale!
I debuted these at this years SPX a couple of weeks ago, but here they are for sale online if you’d like to buy one. Both are two-color, 10 x 15 inch screen prints on French Paper coverstock.
Visit my store to order: bsabocomicsandprints.bigcartel.com/
Going to reblog this one more time since the ‘Witch’s Pantry’ print got tagged with an Artists on Tumblr tag and there was an influx of people passing it around on Tumblr.
My kitty, Marley, also just went through an unexpected surgery to save his life, and any sales at this point will be going to cover the extensive vet bills.
New Years Day GIVEAWAY!!!!!
Package Includes: -Bartman Brooch
-Set of 3 stickers
-The Springfield Collection (Set of 4 postcards)
-Set of 2 (5”x7” Postcards)
All you need to do is reblog this post for a chance of winning this very special package!
Giveaway ends January 1st!!! The winner will be contacted and will have 48 hours to respond before another winner is selected.
Good luck everyone <3
I’ve been messing around a app I got on my new Nokia Lumina called Fantasia Painter Free.
Here are the things I’ve doodle with it. A sea creature, an alien of sorts and a odd dog.
Working on a thing UvU
Maybe a sister to my other monster girls
Incredible Pop-Up Photos of Minorities in China
Chinese photographer Collette Fu has created 3-D images of people, costumes, and landscapes that define minority life in the Yunnan Province of China. Fu described how she became inspired to use the medium: “My dad always wanted me to be an engineer. Now, ironically, I’m a paper engineer.” The following images are from Fu’s most recent series, entitled We Are Tiger Dragon People 我們是虎, and represent a creative, beautiful glimpse into China’s stunning human diversity. For a look at all of Fu’s work, please visit her website. (via The Atlantic)