Wednesday, April 20, 2011

A Queen in progress...

Hello again!

I started out with my sketch... but after collaborating with my client, I have pushed the image... and I like it much more! Here is the original:

I am so pleased to work with this client (Fadenrot)... for one, as I've said before, the creative freedom is totally inspiring... but secondly, I am actually getting the kind of feedback that improves the image!! I love it! It reminds me of when I used to draw with my twin sister, Mei, and we'd push ideas around and just go crazy with new ideas... pushing images and having so much fun.

So anyway, I can't wait to get approval and begin painting!


I'm also looking forward to this weekend! Easter is around the corner!

(The top one is the last, and the bottom the first revised drawing.)

Monday, April 11, 2011


More work... more ideas in the making...


I think that sketching is the most fun...

I am in good spirits! Happy Spring everyone!
Easter is around the corner!

Thursday, April 07, 2011


So Josh recently did a card design (click on the link to see his card) for a new awesome card design site called Chirply... :)

And of course, he finally got to feature our pugs!!


Monday, April 04, 2011

been busy!

Here is another piece I have finished for Fadenrot! I will be doing more work for this client of which I am happy to do!

The other night I went to Portfolios with Josh and Mei to meet up with our co-worker Rodney and we had a little drawing sessions. We talked about Star Wars and art and war and history... :o
I think we may end up doing this every month... I like meeting up to draw. Its nice to get out of the house once in a while, too. Josh and I used to walk all over downtown Long Beach when we were first dating, too, and because of this, both love Long Beach. So its nice to get out on the town once in a while.

Anyway, I will now get to other projects!

I got my copies of Polka-dot Fixes Kindergarten (written by Catherine Urdahl) in the mail as well!!
Yay! Its always nice to have the hardback in your hands and to re-look at your artwork in print. Sweet!

They look awesome!! :)