I just finished up this skull piece today! The original is for sale in my shop (http://store.koalaartanddesign.com/products/7448079-water-skull-painting-original) :)!
Here is a piece I worked on for a bit on my time off. Its not complete, but I had to leave it behind at a buddies because it wouldn’t fit in my bag to take it back home. Thankfully, they will be mailing it to me soon because I can’t wait to finish it! Its so close!
We were actually driving back from lunch when my friend mentioned how “we should paint”, and of course I jumped at that idea. Since I was staying with them I didn’t have any of my art supplies with me— which meant I had to buy all new stuff and then would have to leave it behind. BUMMER!!! So instead of spending hundreds on art supplies I’d never see ever again I decided to buy some cruddy paint, brushes and canvas and see what I could do. So the piece you are looking at is product of $5.00 Reeves Acrylic, $3.00 four pack of small brushes and a $2.50 12x18 canvas. I only had a few hours into the piece given it was the last day of the trip that we decided to paint, but hey I don’t think it came out half bad given the circumstance!
Hey Critters! I HAVE HORRIBLE NEWS. Just kidding, but no it kind of sucks pertaining to dresses. So as a few of you guys may know I have a neurological disorder; a lot of the creations I make are product of coping with it. I like to keep myself busy to try and forget about the physical symptoms. The problem is my sewing machines triggers the physical symptoms, I wear earplugs or earbuds, it works, but now since my company is growing I cannot physically keep up with the orders or fill them quickly enough (even with the help I have received from a few buddies). SO this brings me to the lame news where I tell you that you have to wait longer for dresses. Anyway, it wasn’t only my condition holding up production, my custom fabric manufacturer was constantly blowing it with my deadlines. With all of this said it has led me down a long road of finding a new fabric manufacturer and a garment manufacturer because I can no longer keep up with the sewing by myself. The reason the dresses are taking so long at this point is between color matching, fabric testing, sample testing, new designs, digitalizing, shooting, emails, phone calls, whoaaaa it’s a lot. And there is probably another four-week wait until I have something in my hands, but I am working hard to do stuff in between and change that. Talk about frustrating on my end. I know what you guys are thinking and its WHERE ARE MUH DRESSES?! …they are coming don’t yell it hurts me…
Thank you everyone for the love and support, I have a lot of cool things in the works in the meantime that I think you will dig! And the dresses are worth the wait believe me !
New Painting :)