We're now down to the wire in preparation for Christmas so I'll keep this short. Just wanted to get in one more ornament before the big day to share. There isn't much to tell when it comes to the initial concept. The idea came to me when sketching out our Christmas images and thought it would be kind of nice to do a Japanese version of Santa's sleigh. Kind of fought with the problem of the size of the crane compared to the sleigh since that makes the stamp kind of ...BIG
Well, it looks like we are deep into the Christmas season now so I thought I would share an ornament that I made. I love making tree ornaments most, even though they don't serve much purpose but to help decorate an already over decorated tree. This one is made from the Sister Stamp image of the snowman (Shimo-san). I had these plastic ornaments lying around from last year and finally had use for one of them. I just reduced the image I had already colored and fit it into th
As we surround ourselves with the holiday spirit, I thought I would dig up and share with you the layouts for the winter Tinker Bell Art Pool: The Secret of the Wings. I really love this film and had a lot of fun doing the artwork for this one. It's funny how, as you review an old project, it seems you can be transported back to the moment you were working on it. Like listening to a once popular song. As I went through my files, I found all my thumbnail sketches as well.
The holiday season is already upon us! Looked out the window the other day and it was snowing, which is a bit earlier than usual this time of year. Anyway, just thought I would get into the holiday mood and share a project that I created which was inspired by all the creativity going on with my sister's blog http://sisterstamps.blogspot.it/. There were a lot of wonderful projects shared regarding this reindeer image I had created for Sister Stamps. I was inspired to use t