New Artwork| Without a Voice

Sometimes I forget to post new work, so irresponsible of me, I know. This piece titled " Without a Voice"  was something I actually did fairly quickly. She was something simple, demure and showed enough emotion without exaggeration. When I was done painting her, I noticed she looked asian, which I was pretty happy with … Continue reading New Artwork| Without a Voice

Desirables: June 2015 Wants

1  |  2  |  3  |  4   |  5  |  6  |  7  |  8  |  9 This month of June is all about easy living, keeping it simple and being effortlessly amazing. Sometimes you just want to throw something on and just head out the door, that's why I've been craving over one … Continue reading Desirables: June 2015 Wants

New Body Art: Cyn City

You guys know exactly what I'm good for... and painting on boobs has always been one of my best qualities. ha! How many people can say that? I got to finally meet and add some pigment on the cutesy Cynthia, she started off a bit shy but was ready and willing for whatever. Just like … Continue reading New Body Art: Cyn City

New Body Art: Rabiii0sa

It's been a little while since I've posted up new body art for you guys. This time I had the awesome Alejandra, Rabiii0sa, to you guys, join in on the fun. She was so great to work with, painting her was a snap, and after picking on her for a few, a few beers loosen her … Continue reading New Body Art: Rabiii0sa

New Artwork: Feliz en Tristeza

New Artwork: Feliz en Tristeza This piece was painted on a 16x20 inch studio canvas and was sold to Joey Slay... thank you soooo much for your purchase and support, it is greatly appreciated! I started this piece knowing of course I wanted to give her that touch of rock n roll, which I usually … Continue reading New Artwork: Feliz en Tristeza

What Would Barbie Look Like As an Average Woman?

The full name of the first doll was Barbie Millicent Roberts, from Willows, Wisconsin. Barbie’s job was that of teenage fashion model. However, the doll has been made in versions connected to over 125 different careers. The first Barbie doll shown at New York Toy Fair in 1959.Courtesy of Barbie Media & Mattel The first … Continue reading What Would Barbie Look Like As an Average Woman?

New Artwork: Floater

♣ New Artwork: Floater Here is my newest  artwork titled  "Floater" This piece is definitely a little something different than you guys are used to, coming from me at least. I decided not to focus as much on the curves of her hips, but more on her collarbones,  her exaggerated lips and squinted eyes.  I really … Continue reading New Artwork: Floater