Walkulla Springs, Florida
Wellington and Clark Street.
Winter can be colorful if you take the time to look.
Crocheted a scarf for Felix when I was down in Florida for Christmas. I think it is a messed up double mesh pattern, but I like it. It is nice and thick with a different texture to each side. Next time I’ll make it a bit wider.
The MPDD program has been taking up all of my free time and I have been missing having a creative outlet. I’ve decided to take more cell phone photos. It is a simple, quick way to keep in touch with the artistic side AND practice my composition. A cell phone photo is also a reminder to stop and enjoy the process instead of rushing to the result. I pass many interesting sites on my commute, why not take the time to document a few? I am not going to be a purist and I’ll edit my photos as I see fit. Why not?
Made possible by my Mom’s inspiration (happy B-day mom <3) and my new functioning cell phone. Photos by Alexa Buter below.
Worked on Evie’s portrait over the weekend. More to come this week! Want to get it done before school starts. Babies are hard and always look like old men.
Previous post here.
Meg Dullea, now Meg Stempel has been a dear friend of mine since the age of 4 or so. For her wedding I wanted to make a portrait of her and her husband Andrew. This is a super rough partial portrait I started before the wedding photos were released. Can’t wait to get started on the couple!
Submission for r/sketchdaily tall grass/blue grass post. I didn’t know how to start so I asked Felix to draw a scribble on the page and made a drawing based on it.
This does not look like the thermoform I was trying to render.