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Just playing around with ink and opaque watercolors on craft paper. It's tricky when the paper is so absorbant the color doesn't want to move, I've found.
Drawing I made 2008 for a portfolio. I just used some of my favorite tools for making this; pencil and kraft paper. Inspired by old Freak Show circus posters.
I am drawing for the shadow collaboration! It sounds really fun/ ;)
edit:Thx for your comments ! I'm glad to join HitRECord ! It is wonderful to share arts and music with the entire world ... Thanks a lot !
Since Phenomennaaa was inspired by my painting I just had to create a companion for her beautifully sad clown! Here she is, I call her lady clown :)
So! This is the first painting I've done in, I think, a year.
I have been very much inspired by all of Layla's beautiful paintings, but haven't really thought of anything to create. Then, she posted a picture to Tumblr, and I knew I wanted to do something similar. But still... not sure exactly what.
Yesterday Tumblr was also graced with a picture of RegularJOE and Vanya putting on clown makeup, taken by Jared.
And then, this.
Outline is prismacolor marker, the paint is a mixture of acrylic, oil, and watercolor. >.<
For Bloemy's circus collab! Thanks to belcath for finding an image with a pattern that works as a circus tent!! And thanks to Lawrie for showing me how to make some parts look like they're lit up :)
from my great aunt's very old photo album (circa early 1900s). i've been slowly coloring this in, playing with different textures and color schemes, but thought maybe you all would like to play at it too, or maybe it could inspire a little story (love the expression on the boy's face...) i think a bunch of different versions would be grand!
I wasn't happy with my first version...of course I hadn't saved my layers...and I wasn't feeling like starting all over again...so I made another REmix in stead...
this beautiful dutch 'tent' is one of the most beautiful venues I've been in, not least because of this gorgeous roof! apparently the speigeltent is one of two of it's kind in the whole world.
Childhood by Taylor Prewitt 2011. The blank faces are more a product of laziness rather than artistic expression. I may go back and change them later, but for now I like the look of the nondescript faces on the circus animal.
This is a picture I drew from a story my friend & I are writting called Death of a 1,000 smiles. It's about a traveling circus that murders its audience at the end of each show. She has a twin sister I just didn't draw her in this picture because this is just how I saw it in my head. This twins name is Persephone
I think a good shot, should we be able to establish it or wanted to do it, would be to fly over those entering the tent, pass the barker and bouncer, and into the tent through a draped vinyl curtain.
After I get some crowd work done I might need to create a circus barker character.