Working on my current painting.
I wanted to take a step back to my early childhood, when I first put pencil to paper and used to spend hours each day copying pictures of my favourite Disney characters from video case pictures. I would also pause the video when watching a film to be able to catch the characters in new light to draw. I enjoyed getting the proportions spot on to capture the character and was always so proud of my work if I thought it was good. . Today I’m forever asked by all the children, all ages and abilities to draw or henna their favourite cartoon characters, and some days they can spend hours colouring the drawings to such precision they end up as posters on their walls at home and they love their achievement. I have in the past drawn pictures on canvas for my girls to paint which they requested and are still up in their rooms today. The children are my biggest fans, always looking forward to see my next piece and I am forever inspired by them. They are also my biggest critics as they are so honest and that I love! ❤️
I’m a big fan of the amazing graffiti out there at the moment, have always wanted to give it a go, so with this piece I have combined my past and present and delivered this so far. I am looking forward to add my final secret part to the painting which will be released when it’s finished. Hope you like! Me and the children love! (I got their approval before posting this!)
Meet Twisted “Twis” Timbers from Kings Dominion! She’s the second character reveal from our “Brace for Impact” teaser. We’re excited to show her finalized design, as well as a few old concept sketches! Twis was made right before Jeff put the robots into hibernation. She barely completed her training, didn’t get to know Jeff like the others— and she doesn’t miss him much at all as a result. Twis isn’t afraid to realize that Jeff just didn’t have the same time for her as the earlier robots had been given. If she misses anything, it’s the idea of of living in the world they once knew. But even still, she does like her freedom. Feeling like a vagabond, Twis isn’t bound by a need to continue to live out her intended purpose. She’d rather explore the things she could become, rather than what she was originally made for. Call her a rebel in that sense, then. While she often wins in wit against I305, she really just wants to convince him that he can move on now from the old act. Maybe she can’t empathize with everyone’s grief. It certainly excludes her offered friendship as a result. This tom-boy drifter doesn’t need them anyway, she can tell herself scary stories and tease her “cousin Timothy” to g-g-g-go in the barn ~Steph #twistedtimbers