Messing around while waiting for something else to dry.
First painting of 2014!
Here’s all four of my woodland creatures series:
Annnnnd I got a little carried away with the Etsy listing image:
The series is on sale now in my Etsy store!
Last of my Woodland Creatures series:
The fox that was made for the Art Chop event has since been replaced!
Now he is joined by a new little friend!
This is a tattoo design commissioned by a friend of mine who is also a very talented artist.
She told me to tell copycats that they are bitches.
I dunno, I kinda like it, myself. I just may have to get myself inked with this, too!
This was a fun project.
These two pieces were created specifically for the purpose of being literally kicked in half. For charity.
This one took a week of me doing it, redoing it, etc.
All in all… I started to hate it. So, at the last minute, I decided to do another:
The second probably took a total of 2 hours. Which goes to show, I work best under pressure.
Turns out, one artist dropped out of the event, so both pieces are going in to meet their doom.
Fun fact: The coordinator informed me they’ll be strapping a Go Pro onto the kicking leg in addition to the before/after pics.
That means we’ll have some fun videos, soon!
Experimentation with frisket (masking fluid).
These are 3 versions of a Kraken piece, which will be turned into a jewelry box…
Original + shadow effect:
Different color variation:
Annnnnd here’s some WIP shots of the jewelry box:
Odd angle to show the iridescent-ness:
This has been in the WIP folder for a while.
Tired of looking at it.
Q. What’s this “commission sale”?
A. I’m sellin’ shit at half price!
A. Mind your business.
Q. How do you benefit?
A. You pay less for it!
If you’ve longed to have a Beth original piece to adorn your walls, storage unit, or trunk of your car, NOW IS THE TIME!
Email me and we’ll get this shit started!
Had this one in my brain for a while, now.
I have redone this piece about 6 times, now. Each time, something was not right. I eventually used my new Cintiq to finish this (I couldn’t trust myself to do it in traditional medium).
Finally, it is done.
I submitted a dumbed-down version of this to TeeFury in hopes that it will be made into a t-shirt. I say dumbed-down because I found out (as I was about to upload it) that there was a 6-color limit.
I used half-tones to get around that one.
Husband as a circus freak.
I’m debating on adding a glass of bourbon and some other possible tweaks.
This is not how I envisioned this to turn out.
The more I look at it, the more I hate it.