If you are planning to set up your Christmas home decors or if you are looking for personalize holiday gifts, this is a nice option. I have created a series of 12 ornament designs for Oospy Daisy. You can order it from here.
I am working on a Christmas window painting and this is my mini version that I tried on a picture frame. It is a very fun project, I will love to do more in the future~
In the making: Try to write the mirrored text with my left hand, my wired skill has finally found its role!
DONE! YEAH~ Now I am looking for a wall to hang this up~
I am currently working on a children's book for 18 month old. Here are some brainstorming faces I have created. At the end I designed the final character is slightly different from below, I look forward to show you what it looks like. The book will be released to the market in Fall 2014. Yeah... it sounds a long wait, isn't it? But time flies, we are heading to 2014 soon~
*By the way, I gave a new look to my web site. Hope you will like the new banners and new colors. : )
It is fun to work for Westchester Magazine again for a BIG event Macy's Parade in New York City during the US Thanksgiving weekend. I wish I am be able to go there in person. The illustration is now on November issue, you can also read the full ariticle on Westchester Magazine web site.
Today is the first day of June, I decided to pick up my doodle again. Giving a small change and a fresh mind, I draw with the Indian black ink this time. I look forward to show you more down the road. Here is what came across in my head when I was holding my lovely brush. I did not know how much I miss my brush until just now!
You are welcome to follow my future doodles on my Facebook page.
The fun part of living in a townhouse is we have a small backyard. I started my small garden last summer and most plants seem growing back this spring. What surprise me the most is my Hens and Chicks grew double the size from last year. I did not know they actually kept on growing even during the winter when it was covered my snow.
There are so many chicks squeezing out now, I think I should transplant some of them soon to let them having some space to grow bigger.
One Hens & Chicks starts to grow upwards in the center, I learned that it’s the beginning of the end. The center of the plant pushes up and up and it turns into a flower stalk. After the flowers bloom, the Hen will die. There are many offsets to replace the Hen, giving the appearance that it lives forever. I think it is what life about, one dies but many come along.
I love Hens & Chicks! I am planning to plant more in this season! : )