Three Billy Goats Gruff for my Character Design Class
Jack and the bean stalk
Goldilocks and the 3 bears for sketch dailies
"She did not know that the wolf was a wicked sort of animal, and she was not afraid of him."
- Little Red Riding Hood.
Here’s another little addition to the Borrowers series.
THIS IS GORGEOUS and SO CUTE!
Harry Clarke, Bluebeard’s Last Wife, 1921
"Bluebeard’s last wife was bought by Albert Wood who had it mounted in a James Hick’s cabinet, made of walnut and tortoiseshell. The panel is illuminated by a light at the back of the cabinet. The theme of Bluebeard’s last wife is based on the fairy tale by the seventeenth century French author, Charles Perrault. The panel depicts the wife of Bluebeard dancing across a bridge, dressed in a blue oriental outfit. Bluebeard lies in wait under the bridge, his sword poised to strike."
April’s theme week is Artist Alley! Over the past few years the Artist Alley has become one of my favorite places to be when I go to conventions, so I think it’s time to give a little love to some artists that I found there.
(Faces hidden, with love, because I’m not sure how everyone feels about their picture being posted.)
These amazing pieces were all done by my friend ECT Mills, who just had her first table at Zenkaikon. If you think she’s as awesome as I do, go visit her store! :D
Goldilocks for Sketch Dailies.
Goldilocks for Sketch Dailies. The hipster thing just kindof slid into place…