And some crops. I’m not sure how well the full image displays on the dashboard generally.
I think my favourite part is the pudgy little guy under the lantern on the right. He looks jolly.
Cropping can be interesting! I quite like the landscape version.
I also really enjoyed working on the patterns. Although it’s fraught with the sense my hand’s going to slip and I’ll muck it up, it’s soothing work.
This cheeky book was made with paper from Wrap Magazine designed by Harriet Seed. Check it out over here!
Unfortunately, I’m going to take a while longer sorting out uploads to my Etsy. My laptop is going in for repairs and a possible hard drive replacement next week.
Late to the witchy party.
My cauldron’s leaking. =o I was probably making pondweed soup.
Inspired by the splashy-leafy art of the marvelous Maruti-Bitamin.
This is in the first coptic stitch sketchbook I made to practice the method. It’s not good enough to offer up for sale, but it is great for playing around in as I warm up my drawing muscles again.
I just realised I couldn’t post anything that wasn’t instagram, anyway, because I haven’t reinstalled the printer drivers yet. (Complete OS reboots are a pain.)
Have a sneak peek of (late now probably) witchy-me instead!
One day I’ll upload something that isn’t an instagram photo.
Today isn’t that day.
If I were a witch I’d have big crazy ’80s hair. (I do anyway after it’s blow-dried.)