I entered a competition to design a cow for my local area last year. They ended up choosing two designs, mine and someone else's. This is my design: The competition was about half a year ago, and they've finally unveiled the finished cow! It's incredible to see my idea painted on the cow. The artist… Continue reading Painted Cow
I'll be moving within the next month, so that I can go to university, and my new room is just white, which is really boring. Therefore, I'm hoping to make some colourful artworks for my new room. This kite is the first piece that I've made for this purpose. I've had this wooden kite from… Continue reading Rainbow Kite Papercut
Everyone who reads/follows my blog and social media is amazing, and I'm so grateful for the encouragement that I've received from you throughout the last year, so I'd love to know what you want me to do this year. I illustrated and posted a quote every day in 2018, which I'm really proud of, but… Continue reading 2019 Quotes and Artworks
I've finally finished painting the cupboards in the laundry at my house! Don't ask me how long it took because I have no idea, and I don't really want to know. If you haven't seen my previous post about painting these cupboards, why don't you have a look: Painting Flowers on Cupboard Doors I seem to… Continue reading Painted Cupboards
I haven't seen Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald yet (I'm going to see it on the weekend), but I'm still really excited about it. The first film was amazing and I love the original Harry Potter books, so I'm sure the movie is going to be fantastic. I figured painting my nails was a… Continue reading Fantastic Beasts Nail Art
Are you excited for the new season of Doctor Who? I am.
I have recently been painting the cupboard doors in the laundry. My mum always wanted to paint them with flowers, but she's never had time to do it, so I've decided to try.
These fish are made out of polymer clay. They have a foil core to add strength and I painted them with acrylic paint.
I made this artwork last year as part of my Studio Arts assessment. In Studio Arts my focus was how fairytales, specifically The Little Mermaid, have evolved. I was inspired by the Disney version of The Little Mermaid for my modern interpretation of the story that's on the cover of the book. I used similar… Continue reading ‘Don’t Judge a Book by Its Cover’ Little Mermaid Artwork
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