Monthly Archives: July 2011

back on the illustration wagon

I really had fun making this piece. It will probably look familiar to some of my friends because it was a sketch idea that I had back in school that I never followed through with. This is really a piece … Continue reading

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landscape drawing in NH

I did some landscape drawing and painting during my short trip to New Hampshire. I stayed with my boyfriend in Lincoln where there’s the beautiful White Mountains. We went on hikes and went swimming in rivers. I even painted those rocks … Continue reading

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landscape painting and baby pics

 On Saturday, I went landscape painting at the Blue Hills reservation. It was great weather and the trek up to the top was beautiful. I went with a few good friends from school–I was glad to catch up with them, … Continue reading

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hey hey

I’m liking my new sketchbook so far. It holds up pretty decently to washes and pen and ink, too. I’m taking it along with me to do some landscape painting with some good buddies of mine from school tomorrow! Can’t … Continue reading

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Whoa, baby time! Her name is Charlotte River Rose, and she weighs 7.8 pounds and is 21.5″ long. It was a little scary in the beginning, but everything worked out fine, and Amanda and Charlotte are doing great. I will have … Continue reading

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new sketchbook

Still waiting for my sister to have the baby. She’s past her due date now, which isn’t a big deal, but it makes waiting that much more difficult. Just come out, baby. Well, I finally finished my Moleskine sketchbook. Did … Continue reading

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brush stuff

Trying out ink and brush stuff. Still trying to be looser and more gestural. I think when I draw I tend to be too rigid, and this can make my illustrations stiff and constrained. Definitely going to do some practice … Continue reading

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