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The Jar of Wishes

My friend and I have a cute little mason jar in our apartment, and last night I decided we should fill it with wishes.

It’s a totally silly project, but here are the wishes that I’ve put in so far:

-I wish the Easter bunny had wings
-I wish people would put a little love in their hearts
-I wish Dane Cook was my BFF
-I wish everyone would just hug and get along
-I wish the fairies of smell-goodness were real so I could tickle them
-I wish pickles came on pizza

If you’re wondering what my friend wished for… you’ll have to ask her, yourself. 😛


Now Entering the Seventh Dimension

I’ve stumbled upon some amazing sketch books and design sites online which have inspired me to practice developing different concepts such as dimension, perspective, line, and shade. This sketch is really a study in dimension more than anything else. I still need lots of work to pull all the areas together, but it’s a step in the right direction. The perspective still needs a LOT of refining; this one switches angles all over the place.


Never See Things As They Are

Here is another doodle for you guys. There’s no rhyme or reason to it. I just needed to squeeze some practice in before our next Sketch Crawl. It’s really a practice in perspective alteration* and a study in motion.

*No butterflies were harmed in the making of this piece.