Browsing articles in "Process"

Father of the year – Day 07 (Blog)

Happy Fathers Day!!! 🙂

Finished my new piece Father of the year
you can view the full and final piece by clicking the image below:

I’ve had this little project on my list for a long time. It’s based off a photograph taken of my brother and my nephew (I changed it up a bit – they were originally in the pool).  My brother being who he is – a jokester, thought it would be funny to smile for the camera when his infant son is bawling his eyes out.  This didn’t surprise me at all, but don’t let this image fool you, he really is an awesome dad and this never hesitates to make me smile! My first thought was sarcastically “Father of the year” and it stuck with me after all this time and I thought it was the perfect image for a humourous Father’s Day card – especially for all those great dads out there who love to tease their children! 😛

Read more >>

Baby Silhouette – Day 06 (Blog)

Jun 15, 2013   //   by Kimberly Joyce Illustration   //   Blog, Process, Sketchbook  //  No Comments

Baby Silhouette is completed
you can view the full and final piece by clicking the image below:

Read more >>

Gesture Drawing Study – Day 03 (Blog)

For day 3 I figured I do something a little different. Although I’ve been doing gesture drawings for years, I guess I never really focused on the shapes/anatomy in the figure for both humans and animals as much as I would have liked.

Finished my Gesture Drawing Study
you can view the full piece by clicking the image below:

Read more >>

Mets Sporting Event – Day 02 (Blog)

Jun 11, 2013   //   by Kimberly Joyce Illustration   //   Blog, Digital Illustration, Process, Sketchbook  //  2 Comments

So I promised myself I would work on a new art piece daily, but as usual life gets in the way.  I had to put my “day 2” project on hold because I was at the Mets Game!

Thinking of projects ideas and wondering what to work on next, I thought that since I was at the baseball game, my next project would be to focus on a sporting event! I took a bunch of pictures and decided to draw one of them! My painting is of Daniel Murphy from the New York Mets.

For now, I finished my Mets Sporting Event (not completed)
you can view the full piece by clicking the image below:

Read more >>

Green Landscape Study – Day 01 (Blog)

Jun 10, 2013   //   by Kimberly Joyce Illustration   //   Blog, Digital Illustration, Process, Sketchbook  //  4 Comments

Hey everyone!! Sorry it’s been so long since my last blog post! This is going to change. From now on I have a goal of creating a new piece of art everyday (or at least try – maybe every other day)! I know, I know…this is something that I should have been doing all along, but I always made some sort of excuse… like not having time, having a tight deadline, etc. No more excuses! (I quote “No more excuses” for my work outs, might as well use that for my art too!)

Finished my new piece Green Landscape Study
you can view the full and final piece by clicking the image below:

Read more >>

Fuzzy Friends (Work In Progress)

Feb 26, 2013   //   by Kimberly Joyce Illustration   //   Blog, Digital Illustration, Personal, Process  //  2 Comments

Hey everyone! It’s been a long time since my last post, shame on me!

Just sharing my latest project called “Fuzzy Friends”.  It’s currently a work in progress, but on it’s way to completion.

Here’s a quick sneak peek (picture taken with Instagram):

Read more >>

Happy New Year – 2013!!!

Jan 1, 2013   //   by Kimberly Joyce Illustration   //   Blog, Digital Illustration, Personal, Process  //  2 Comments

Hey everyone,

Happy New Year 2013

This drawing/painting is a work in progress but my fuzzy friends wanted to take the time to wish everyone a safe, happy and healthy new year!!

Read more >>

Gesture Drawings (06/07/12)

Jun 7, 2012   //   by Kimberly Joyce Illustration   //   Blog, Digital Illustration, Personal, Process  //  No Comments

Hey everyone,

The other day I was browsing google + and I came across this awesome website pixelovely.  It’s a Figure & Animal Training tool for gesture drawings and I consider it my new best friend.  If you haven’t checked it out yet, I strongly suggest that you do!

What Are Gesture Drawings?

Gesture drawings are works of art created in an extremely short amount of time, traditionally 30 seconds – and no more than two minutes.

Read more >>

Pages:«12