Finally offering my first clip art collection. Featuring 6 full color digital dolls. 300 dpi/png format. Available in my #etsy shop: Natural Hair Digital Dolls. Shop The Link —> http://etsy.me/3CX6ec4
Well I’m feeling a lot better and getting back on my grind… gotta keep my illo chops tight.
Here are the portraits sketches that I created for the month of October/Inktober annual challenge. I was already in black and white illustration mode because I’m simultaneously working on 2 different coloring books.
I haven’t realized that it’s been so long since I’ve posted. I’ve been hanging with this pandemic life like everyone else. I’ve been staying creative for my sanity and well being. So let’s get to it!
I’m kinda not looking forward to the end of the pandemic. I love all this stay at home stuff. 🥰
I think we’re kinda caught up? I could bore you with way more block printing 😂 FYI I do accept donations 💰since the fairs and shows are not open yet and the SBA is only giving PPP Loans to criminals 🙄😒 if you want to show support you can make it at my cash app: $TheAfroPuffShop or PayPal,me/Adahma. Donations for $25 or more will send you a block print or some stickers. Please include your mailing address. I’m not savvy enough about NTF art yet.
My pandemic hobbies are totally out of control. My poor brain is just wandering from one thing to the next. Besides trying my best not to die, I’ve been occupying myself with all sorts of projects too numerous to post. But here are some examples of print blocks that I have carved. Totally obsessed with natural toned paper.
Im raising money for new merchandise and show fees for the new year. If you would like to contribute to My Kiva Campaign <–Click Here. As Always, Thank You for Your Support. xoxoxo
Here is a leather collar that I finished recently.
Hello Lovelys: Im doing a installation of my personal/private work…..Meaning my Pickanninies. I usually reserve this work for private viewing but since the producers of The Black Grrrl BookFair so graciously provided me with a safe, nurturing environment to show this work, I jumped at the chance. My pickanninies usually can only be viewed in the collectors homes. But this time you don’t have to be a rockstar or a rapper to see them. This is one of the few times that the general public will have access to see this body of work. They will be available for purchase as well.