Sunday, August 18, 2013
The White Lady: Drawing Up For Auction
Good Sunday afternoon to you all! Hope you are all doing well and have had a good week that's now past and headed into a new one. The cooler weather here in New Westminster has been a very grateful relief after a nearly two month long heat wave and endless sun. I love the sun, but I also love cool, cloudy days like now too. Where I can curl up with something warm and watch the day slip by.
So! This lady up here will be up for auction tomorrow evening and all next week until next Monday at Femme Thou Art Collective on Face book. This month's theme was "White Lady". The thought I immediately had for this theme was a white elf of the night who can swoop in the moon with one twirl of her mantle. I wanted the beads on her head-dress to mimic the stars. The jewel on her forehead is inspired by Ozma from the Wizard of Oz books, she wears the same piece of jewelry on her head as well that very stylishly spells out "Oz". (I have a lovely old copy of "Rinkytink In Oz")I loved it so much that I wanted to put it on this lady as if she too could have come from the Emerald City royalty. The ram's horns just sort of snuck themselves in there...so maybe she's half ram as well. *laughs*
I did the background digitally...in part to save some time and also in part that I thought something digital would look very cool. This was originally supposed to be a black and white ink drawing, but I had a thought that just a single pair of red eyes would had something interesting to the black and white inks....as you can see....I totally gave way to colouring entirely! I just could not help myself...so maybe she wanted to be in colour after all. *laughs* This has taken nearly two weeks from start to finish.
I was going to share some photo's of a little trip I took to the Pier Park in downtown New West....but for some reason blogger will only let me up load this one drawing, so, I'll try and share those pictures with you loves next time.
Until then, wishing you all a wonderful week ahead! Cheers!