Animals in my kits
Animals in my kits
Hello! Some more catching up today! These stills are a few examples of the work I did for the KWK! Comic app available for Android, iPhone and who knows what else. It’s a great project I was approached for a little over a year ago where you can create your own fun little comics using provided imagery, purchasing kits like mine for more diversity, and using your own photographs! It’s a neat little idea and the kids love it, so if you’ve got any of those, you should take a peek.
It was a very different job, and I have to admit that it was a lot of fun! I would be open to doing more app work in the future. 🙂
The best part about this new, wide-format scanner of mine is that I can go back and scan in all the pieces I wasn’t able to on my own time! This pretty baby here– literally– is one of them. I completed this sometime several years ago no for a celebration happening out at Elmwood Cemetery. Several students, myself among them, were given the opportunity to participate in an on-site portrait of someone buried there. They had to be finished on-site, so contributors and beneficiaries could walk around and experience them as well.
While most students had an actual person and history to explain as visitors dropped by to see what they were doing, I was challenged with a commemorative piece dedicated to all the children/babies buried in the cemetery without names or real markings– still borns and children lost early on to diseases and things.
I thoroughly enjoyed the challenge and would jump at the chance to do it again 🙂
A little over a year ago, I submitted to Doodler’s Anonymous for their Second Coloring Book “Competition”, and they chose my illustration as one of the 60 that made it in. I was super excited to think that kids could be coloring in my page eventually! At long last, they got the book squared away and I got mine in the mail, and it remains one of the highlights of my 2012 year. Thank you, Doodler’s Anonymous! Now it’s time to get coloring!