You’ve read the story…twice. You’ve sketched out a few ideas and in the spark of creative genius and created a dozen line illustrations for the story in one sitting. The author loves your work and concepts, and as you discuss the illustrations she brings up an interesting question, “why are all of
I finally did it! I’ve joined the tweeting community and I’m excited to share updates, news and random creative thoughts with everyone. Check out my twitter page at http://twitter.com/KasiaSimura.
Annabelle’s first story, titled My COMPLICATED Week, is now available on Amazon and CreateSpace. If you and your kids enjoy the book, please let us know and write a review on Amazon. Enjoy reading! You can order a paperback by clicking on the buttons below. Kindle version coming soon! Description of the
Flipping through pages of an art magazine recently, I stumbled upon an add for Inktense Watercolor Pencils. Having been loyal to oil paints and the simple graphite pencil all my life, I have never dabbled in watercolors. Browsing through Hobby Lobby, one of my favorite shops to look for inspiration, I found
Anya and Fima approached me with a unique and exciting project idea, and I felt honored to be able to work on it. In Anya and Fima’s tradition, a wedding contract is written out in an ornate document, known as ketubah. Wanting their wedding contract to be showcased in a special and
After more than a year and a half of secrets being held hush hush, Annabelle is ready to share them with the world. Carole and I are in the final stages of self-publishing “My COMPLICATED Week”, which should hit the Amazon shelves in at most a couple weeks. We have received final
I was approached to create a large scale rendition of the client’s favorite CD album cover. This oil painting was done on a custom made canvas of approximately 52×52 inches (4.3 x .4.3 ft). This definitely turned out to be one of my favorite pieces to work on.
I’d like to share an illustration with you done for a poem written by a very good friend of mine, Alex Grichener. The poem and illustration are titled “Strawberry Fields“. Check out Alex’s poem on his website, at transcendentpoetry.com.
I was thinking back to when Carole Lyn Woodring and I first started working on Annabelle and her first story. Geared up with excitement and lots of ideas snatching up control of my brain cells, I got my pencils and markers out and sat down at my desk with the excitement of