Thursday, June 17, 2010

A Few Illustration's (from 2008)



A few more pieces from my past!
These illustrations were created with Prisma pens and charcoal. I think Prisma pens are the most vibrant pens you can buy. I just love to add a touch of charcoal at the end of a Prisma pen drawing, it gives it the softness I like and also gives me the chance to get my fingers dirty.

3 comments:

  1. oh you dirty fingered girl!

    it is just pure bliss getting 'art' on our hands, isn't it! lol

    i like the one on top! it makes me want to know

    who is the package for...what is in that box...
    well done!

    ciao bella
    creative carmelina

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  2. I was going to say, wow! That red is velvety and lush! I like the blue flowered dresses, too.

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