Art Prints

So I’ve been working hard and even got a swanky new printer (I needed one anyway so it just worked out well) but I now have a way of creating Prints of my art! Yeee! I’ve been creating some watercolour pictures, with a theme of elegant skulls, where they’re animal skull masks. Animals have some crazy looking skulls! I think Ram and Bull skulls are my personal favourites but the Bird I did looks pretty 🙂

I’ll have the prints available for sale too if I ever get to a market. I’m checking out Sunbury Village Market this Saturday so fingers crossed its the right environment I’m after!

Here are the few I’ve done so far, let me know what you think!

Christmas Cheer

I’ve been a busy little beaver making a variety of Christmas cards lately that’ll go out to the family. Watercolour paints with black pens to help define everything. A could even have a little shimmering paint on them to add sparkle! 

I find stuff like this allows me to not only refine my skills but keeps me busy during the day before work. Naturally I have a favourite which is the ram skull.


I think it turned out really well 🙂 

Which is your favourite? 

The Journal of Infinite Possibility!

It is with much jubilation and just a touch of exhaustion I am so excited to let everyone know of long term project that has finally been realized!

I’ve been working closely with Clan Destine Press and together we have created The Journal of Infinite Possibility, the first, last and only journal you will need to inspire those stories, drawings and everything else! It’s designed to help get the creative juices flowing and helping you move past that ever so irritating block.

We’ve got a fantastic giveaway going on right now too so enter for your chance to win this fabulous book!

https://www.goodreads.com/giveaway/show/197492-the-journal-of-infinite-possibility

Some of the images we’ve used are here to further entice you and tip your hand into grabbing a copy 😉

~Sarah Pain

Tattooed

A very exciting update for you guys and one I’m a bit slow on posting but as you may or may not know I design tattoos along with my drawing and have sold a few as well. These are two tattoo designs I’ve done that have been inked onto the people. I think they look great if I do say so myself.  

   
A dragon inspired my Eastern mythical culture and a Scottish thistle with a bit of flair. The colouring on the thistle was also by me and was requested to be just a hint of colour, pink flowers and green leaves. The dragon has colour now too but some parts need to be fixed up a bit and once it’s healed up I’ll post that too. 

~Sarah

So much to come! (Ramble)

So excited for after Christmas when I can post all the pieces I’ve been working on. So many with some many varieties of black and white and colour. Flowers seems to be a strong theme through out. One I feel I should continue because they’re fun to draw and colouring is always an exciting challenge. See which colours mix and which ones look terrible and hit the bin. Anyway, ramble ramble.

Sarah

The Suffering

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The suffering

A creature of our land stripped down, exposed, forcibly changed and hurting yet we do nothing, we stand by as our amazing, incredible, beautiful planet is torn apart.

I promised myself I wouldn’t get political on here but recent events are just sitting in my mind like a giant dirty spider in the corner of a filthy dump. Anyway, enjoy it for what it is and ignore my crazy ramblings.

Sarah