Friday, May 29, 2009


So I haven't been posting (or unfortunately drawing) much recently and the reason for that has been illness. So apparently when you get the chickenpox the virus stays in your system. And then can decide one day, hey, the last time we made geeky girl miserable was what, 20 some years ago. That is not acceptable. We've got to get going now, only this time, we're bringing the PAIN. And this, my friends, is shingles. Boo. I got it about a month ago, and frankly I've been fine for a few weeks but just haven't gotten on top of drawing again yet. But I promise I will start drawing and posting again soon.

Friday, May 15, 2009

Pictures of Bag

By request here are some pictures of my bag. Anyone who wants to is free to draw this bag for any EDM Challenge, artistic pursuit or just general love of bags.

Monday, May 11, 2009

Chloe Mix Container

I found this Cheerios container a while back. It's now filled with whatever dry snacks happen to make up the current batch of Chloe mix. The drawing was going fine until my cat decided she needed to climb into my lap and help. Kind of hard to keep the concentration going for all of the little text on the left side. But I kind of enjoy when I'm not in love with a drawing because then I can have fun experimenting with the paint without worrying that I'm going to "ruin" a good drawing. 


Just a quick post to thank everyone who has been stopping by and commenting. It's really great motivation to keep drawing. So thanks everyone! Also, by request, I'll be posting a photo of my bag as soon as I get a moment to take the pictures...

Friday, May 08, 2009

Chloe Mix

After the keys I needed to draw something a little less... intense. Thus a drawing of cheerios and goldfish crackers. 

Monday, May 04, 2009


Here's the tag inside my bag and my keys. This drawing made me realize that I probably don't need two carabiners on my keychain. An updated drawing would show that I've tossed the cheap green one with the compass that doesn't work and the light that's burnt out. Drawing as a means to clean and get rid of clutter. Who knew?