Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Doodle Book 4.5

These are some samples from a small moleskine I doodled up on a trip to NYC.

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Just Add Some Color....

Tried to add some watercolor to my doodles...or doodles to some water color.

Saturday, August 14, 2010

My Shoe....



I got bored one day and decided to doodle all over a pair of cheap white sneakers from Rite Aid. Came out pretty nice if I do say so myself.

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Green Life

This is Fidel.

This is Raul

Here are two tobacco plants we adopted from
Machine Project in Echo Park (LA). Its an experiment
to see if they can strive in Cali. Hope they'll feel at home in our garden.

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Snail Mail

Envelope for a postcard I made for a friend in New York. Hope it makes her smile.

Sunday, May 30, 2010

A Side Note

I did this while subbing a World History class last week. I had left it on the teachers desk while I greeted the students crawling in to class. One of them started to look at the cup really suspiciously. I told him, "you can grab it, no problem." He and a few others start to examine it with such a critical eye, I felt like I was trying to get it past a museum curator. Then they turn to me and say, "You did this miss?" I said yeah and they said, "you should be an art teacher". I chuckled and said "Maybe".

Friday, May 7, 2010

Herculean Feats of Doodles

Haven't written in here in a while. Time for an update (as if anyone is even paying attention). I am working on a massive project. Bought a roll of brown mail packing paper from the 99 cent store. Planning on doodling the heck out of it without cutting it up. Just one HUG stream of doodles. I'll post pics of what I got so far asap.
Keep you posted! =)

Thursday, March 4, 2010

And so goes Feb...

My last doodles for February.

Friday, February 26, 2010

In the Works

My latest project. I've been testing out different knitting patterns. This one is called Jumbo Cable. It's pattern is simple but you need patience. It goes like this:

26 stitches. First 5 and Last 5 make border.

RW 1,5,7,9,11,13,15: Knit
RW 2 (and all even number rows): Knit first 5, Purl, knit last 5
RW 3: Knit first 5, transfer 8 st to cable needle in the front, knit next 8 st, place st back on reg needle from cable needle and knit 8 st , knit last 5
RW 16: Purl

Repeat all Rows til desired length.

In case you have absolutely no idea what I'm talking about here is a good tutorial I found on YouTube.

It's a lot of work but so beautiful.

Good Luck =)

Friday, February 19, 2010