Thursday, April 10, 2014

New Paper Art Doll

I will have a new "Cut-out & Dress" paper art doll in the shop at the weekend. I say NEW, but actually did most of the illustration work 3 years ago, before the mythical Mac Meltdown which meant I lost a lot of my work. I luckily found this unfinished version on a back-up disc a few weeks ago and have just tweaked it back into life. Yay!


Sunday, March 30, 2014

WRONG!

Arrrggghhhh, got it wrong! I pt my clocks back an hour instead of forward. DOH.

Saturday, March 29, 2014

Experimenting

Just experimenting in how to make work done mainly in photoshop look as messy and spontaneous as that done on paper with inks and pencils. Some doll inspired prints coming to the shop soon :o)


Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Brian Blacknick Sculpture

Hop on over to the Cult of Doll website to see Brian Blacknick's story teaser and some more of his wonderful work :o)



Thursday, March 13, 2014

Number crunching

If anyone is thinking it has been a long time since I commented on your blogs... well, it's not through lack of trying (or interest). It's just that Blogger, in their wisdom, have changed to entirely numerical catchpa's, which means it can take me 3 or 4 attempts before I can successfully copy the catchpa code and prove I am not a robot, just a human being with faulty number recognition software in my head!

Let's face it, after the first unsuccessful attempt, I usually give up and go away. Dyscalculia rarely gives me that many problems in everyday life these days, I am pretty confident with small sequences of numbers but a big string of them still baffles me and causes slight panic. So please don't be offended if I don't comment for a while :o)

Monday, February 24, 2014

Thunderstruck!

Wow, this is a truly awesome (remember I'm British, we don't use that word often!) performance of ACDC's Thunderstruck by two classical cellists, enjoy:


Saturday, February 15, 2014

Cult of Doll story teasers

Today we started to feature teasers for the stories which will feature in the Cult of Doll Almanac. Our first contribution, Nefarious Nelle, is from talented doll maker Hally Levesque. Hop on over to the blog to read more, here is some of Hally's other work: