Saturday, October 22, 2011

New Art in Ballookey's sketchbook

Here is my scan of the Hairy Woodpecker painting I just completed, 5 x 8, in Ballookey's Moleskine.  It completes my set of paintings in her mole, but I will not be able to mail until Monday at the earliest, since it's past postal hours on a Saturday.

Hairy Woodpecker, by Mary Taitt
Here is the double page spread, paired with the red-headed woodpecker:

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I made a digitally altered watercolor painting as a pocket item:

This was originally a watercolor painting
And I printed 1 picture from my trip to Maine, a picture of the cover for the novel I am going to write during the month of November for NaNoWriMo (first draft of a cover idea) and three pix of people from the Renaissance Festival.  I am including prints, but didn't want to fill up the whole, so I amde them into a collage for the post:

Maine Reflection, Renaissance Festival and Death Angel cover, all by Mary Taitt


Mark de Zabaleta said...

Excellent creativity !

Mark de Zabaleta

bluerose said...

great work! I like how the double page spread came out with the woodpeckers, and the collage is pretty cool, too!

Lowell said...

You had me grinning like an idiot! What fun! I do like the "Death Angel," but I must say he doesn't scare me a bit!

I always enjoy sharing your creativity!

BTW, I was reading an article about the 10 "saddest" towns in the country...the "saddest" was St. Petersburg, Florida. Other "sad" Florida cities include Tampa and Miami.

Detroit was also in the list.

I read how they came up with the name but wasn't impressed. It was not scientific.

Hope all is well with you!