Slim Pickins

Got a new toy!

I wasn’t crazy about my old tablet, very basic and I couldn’t get the fine detail I wanted, so I finally broke down and bought a Wacom Intuos Draw Tablet off of Amazon for about $80.

I love it! It’s much more sensitive than the old one and I can get a lot of detail out of it and I love the color!

So what’s the first thing I draw? A camel of course! I did a painting similar to this ages ago, back in high school art class. All monotone.  It got lost in one of the moves so I’m thinking of making another one with the tablet.

Now I just gotta find some more time to play with it…

reaching camel
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Wacom Intuos draw
Wacom Intuos draw tablet

 

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Oil on canvas board.
A long time ago and far, far away… Had a lot of time on my hands lately, so I started dragging out my art & supplies. Found this hiding in a folder. It’s sort of a doodle in oils I did in ’98. Something out of my head ~ based on all the trips we made through Tennessee and Alabama. I’m thinking I need to start a new project….

Old Sketches – Drawing Unicorns and Pegasus Before they were Cool

These are all pen and ink and pencil

this is ink then tweaked with Corel Paint Shop
draft for embroidery on jean jacket
 
draft for painting on glass
 

Antique Embroidery Art

My old “hand embroidered” Triumph Motorcycle Jean Jacket
Original “OOAK” no pattern, no photo,
just out of my head, a lot of embroidery thread
and tons of patience!
It took me over sixs weeks to do ~
20 years ago.
(I had painted a matching horse on our
’70 Triumph Bonneville Motorcycle tank too
but sadly, we no longer have the bike).
Our 1970 Triumph Bonneville Motorcycle (note my cool ’76 Caprice Classic station wagon with it’s electric sliding door and window in the background!)
he told me if I could start it I could ride it. So I did.
he told me if I could start it I could ride it. So I did.

She traded in her Broom for a Stick Horse

 

“Brooms are so outdated” Artemisia Wormhollow was quoted in her interview to the Samhain Quarterly. Artemisia age 19, has been attracting a lot of attention as she rides her bewitched stick horse back and forth to the university every evening. “Everybody I know has one [a broom]”, she continues, “But I’m the only one with a flying stick horse!”

Artemisia and her flying stick horse is a Halloween card, reproduced from my original colored pencil Illustration.   You can find her at my Etsy store: FlyingAppyStudio.etsy.com and at LilsGarden.etsy.com

Art, Illustrations & Photography of Lillian Dorough Davis

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