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keeping a blog updated is hard work.

Anyways, here are some mini paintings I managed to do for my co-workers this¬†Christmas.They are done with acrylics which I haven’t used in a long time. They measure about 3″x5″. Birds, Cupcakes and skulls.

I also made a card for my friend’s birthday which is a bird and it says Fuck yea on it. It was done with watercolours. I guess birds and expletives are my go to images.

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MADE WITH:  chocolate plastique (modeling chocolate)

I had the opportunity to make a Halloween cake for two newlyweds for their party. My co-worker and I made figures out of chocolate plastique. I made two figures that resembled the couple in skeleton form, I even painted on a small tattoo on one of the skeletons to match the person. I also made a demon figure to resemble our supervisor. There were also spiders, gravestones, pumpkins and eyes. The cake was made to resemble a giant zombie boob and we placed the figures around it. There was even a swamp with little sprinkle bones. It was a really fun project and the couple liked the cake. Great Success!

and as the title says I’m not dead. I should be making more posts soon.

Hopefully.

Definitely.

MADE WITH: watercolours and pen

Oh hey. I finally did some drawing and here’s a floating flaming skull. Someone told me that their childhood fear was a floating skull on fire outside their house that would watch him through the windows. Sounded awesome so I drew it for him. YAY RELIVING CHILDHOOD TRAUMA.

watercolour

So I haven’t been updating this blog regularly. Shame on me. Here are some things I done recently. Just some drawings in my sketchbook here and there. I also pressed some flowers. They turned out alright. I think the pansies were the best because they were already quite flat to begin with.

Anyways, I should continue filling up my sketchbook and updating this blog.

Slowly but surely I will.

 

 



Made with: Rice Paper, Veneer cards, wood dowels, embroidery thread

Two lamps that I made in the second year of the Fine Arts program at Langara.
There were two sides to each lamp that depicted a different shadow. The larger lamp had an elephant and a goat. The smaller lamp had a bunny and a dog. The larger lamp was broken when I was moving out of my house. =\

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Made with: 1) watercolour/acrylic on paper  2) Various Mediums on paper 3) pencil crayon on paper 4) chalk pastel on paper

Some work that spanned from 3rd year and 4th year. Most of it was dealing with food and grocery stores.

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