Thanks Austin-local Miller Blue Print for helping me get this ink blue color just perfect for the print version. Moving in some new directions and thinking about using every usable items, like a tray, as a mounting option for this illustration. Makes me happy to think about people "using" something I drew instead of just hanging it on the wall. Loving how the blue color that's bleeding through to look old school.
pen and pencil work from my sketchbook, or other works in progress.
"Dammit Junior! Keep your paws off my Topo Chico!"
Sometimes my Topo Chicos just disappear...think I finally captured the culprit. This is Junior. Sigh...he lives with me. This will probably be the first of many appearances. #artsketch
Mugs ordered & opening a shop soon to sell these babies. Sip your favorite drink, while supporting a cause that gives hope to orphans. I'll keep you posted on where soon...
About My Mug
Sisters + Sparrows - He Never Slumbers Ceramic Mug. 15 oz retro coffee mug.
Size: 4.25" H x 3.125"
The retro-style ceramic mug is professionally printed with my original illustration. Made from high gloss, BPA free ceramic. D-handle gives you a secure grip. They come in a gorgeous ceramic 15 ounce mug. Mugs are microwave and dishwasher safe
About My Cause.
100% of the profit go to support hosting these 2 sweet sisters portrayed on the mug. The girls currently live in an Ukrainian orphanage, and this hosting trip will allow them to come to USA for 10 weeks this summer. We believe hosting matters because it generates powerful advocates for children who come from a place of lose, no longer just a statistic, and not forgotten. The hosting organization this product supports is P143 - a nonprofit.
He will not allow your foot to slip; He who keeps you will not slumber.
- Psalm 121:3
Now its time to go shopping for mugs, and a quality printing company.
excited to meet these sweet sisters we will be hosting from Ukraine this summer. Looking to put this line drawing on a coffee mug with sparrows.
This is on my easel right now. Waiting for this layer to dry before I add some final detail work on the figures, and finish up another one for my #MarfaSeries. This vintage trailer is called the Kozy Coach. oil on canvas.
lately been obsessing over cow skulls and the desert in my journal. #justanotherdayinparadise