Monday, 23 March 2015

The Fashion Blogger patrol

I tend to make portraits of Bloggers cos they post good selfies to use as references. I follow a good few as I like watching vlogs mainly and I love seeing what people buy too as I am a dedicated follower of fashion (Kind of)
Here is a few I have done. Some of them have responded to the posts on instagram/twitter which is always nice. Recognition is gooood!

Friday, 19 December 2014

Making a crack at D.I.Y.

In Vanocuver, Pretty much the majority of houses come unfurnished, So when it's time to move out, you either sell or give away your furniture... Lucky for me, one of the neighbors was moving out and left their dressing table in the bin. So I snatched it. I cleaned it all off in detol . Mmmmm. ThenI started painting it white.
I used black for the drawers and Christmas decorations for the handles. Then I put finishing paper on the top because  I make a mess when I do my makeup.
I like it!

Friday, 7 November 2014

Moving to VanCoova

Hello. I might not be as active with this because I am currently in the process of finding a job and moving house in Canada. It is so much fun!!! Here is a little illustration I made anyway. I will update this when something interesting happens... (or when I make some artwork, rather)

Tuesday, 7 October 2014

Matt Willis - McBusted Illustration

Hello hi 
I made an illustration of Matt from Busted cos I loved him when I was a teenager. I didn't know they had formed a new band (McBusted) to be honest. I wasn't even really a fan of Busted but I liked his crazy antics and he also had a great face. I watched a documentary about the newly formed McBusted and he seemed like a sweetheart. Aww. Bless him! I tweeted this pic to him but he never replied... I couldn't believe it!!! 



Monday, 29 September 2014

Orla Keogh - XFactor Illustration

I was watching the Xfactor the other day and seen a lady I had not seen before. As shallow as it sounds, I always am more drawn to contestants because of their style or look rather than their singing ability. It's always a plus when they can sing. Irish girl Orla Keogh was one of those people. I hadn't seen her original audition so when she came out to the bootcamp finals it was my first time to hear her sing. She was pretty amazeballs and as soon as I finished watching it, I went on to ASOS and searched for some pale blue galaxy-esque style leggings. I didn't find any but bought a marble print Sweatshirt instead. (I don't really know why I told you that piece of irrelevant information)

So I made her a wee digital print to show my appreciation anyway. I think she was robbed but Xfactor can be a major platform to the ones who don't get in anyway....So S'all Good! She contacted me about the illustration and was very humble and thankful. I sent them on to her and posted them on her social media sites which was lovely of her. I hope she remembers my little drawing when she hits the big time :)