A simple silhouette of a pair of raven feathers. My first Good Screenprint, by which i mean i finally got up the nerve to use watercolour paper instead of cheap copy paper. Some of my copy-paper prints could maybe count as ‘good’ but the paper didn’t hold the ink very well. I’m already ‘upgrading’ from…
Cheap paper, cheap screenprinting kit, cheap stencil. Just practising to get the hang of things, partly so when i use better stuff i don’t ruin it. I seem to have somehow gotten it into my head to learn a new art technique every month. My inner artist is saying this will lead to focusing too…
Somewhat inspired by the Morrigan, but really just a generic raven-shapeshifter. Mostly in human form right now but some feathers are still around. Original pencil art available for $15.00
Sketch: Grackle Woman
©2009 Sharon Rosa I should call her a crow-woman or a raven-woman or some similar bird which Most People Actually Know About. But a grackle’s the only bird i’ve ever seen scare a cat. (Well, a hawk would probably do it, too, but they’re less likely to sit right outside my house staring in the…
Sketch: Cockatoo Woman
©2009 Sharon Rosa Cockatoos. Cute as birds. Funky hair as humans.
Sketch: Wing Study
Pencil, 9×11 in. Based on a cockatoo’s wing.
Inspired by the Illustration Friday theme, “100%” – this little guy is aiming for 100% Atmospheric Stability. In the same vein as my image for “Soar” – a retelling of an old story. Here, rather than frantically running about shrieking the sky is falling, Chicken Little is studiously attempting to solve the problem. I attempted…
For the Illustration Friday theme, Soar. A retelling of the Ugly Duckling story, but with chickens. Admittedly, it’s not very realistic for a swan egg to end up in a chicken coop, but it does add some interest to the story, no? For one thing, ducklings are cuter than cygnets, but not that much cuter….
“Open” was the theme word for Illustration Friday about… two full weeks ago, i think.I was slow on this one, but i don’t care.