• Originally poste on july the 21th

    Bonjour my littlesketched buns

    Americans can draw mangasAmong all the people i "follow" on internet, there is one that really inspires and impresses me more than others :  Mark Crilley

    He's American, like many others, but this one Draws (and not comic books). Actually, not only he draws, but he also teaches beginners like me how to draw with a really good method (as long as you speak english).

    Coming back to my story, it's been months since i was looking for one of his books in a french library and i finaly (thanx to Fiona) bumped into one in Nature et Découverte.

    So, this week, i can't help but share with you my firsts trials coming from the "Drawing Mangas" book of this great artist.

     

     

    For this blog, i reorganized this like a gallery of portraits, but i didn't touch the drawings themselves.

    Americans can draw mangas

     

    One more, just cause i'm happy with it !!

    Americans can draw mangas

    Let's have a good week everyone !Try mr Crilley channel on youtube, and feel free to comment of course !


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  • Originally posted on july the 17th

    Hello my tiny melting toffees,

    You've got some chocolate on your earToday, we are going to make a little something for your ears

    I don't know if you have ever heard about FIMO clay and that's why i'll talk a little about that :

    Fimo is a clay which becomes hard when it's cooked (however, it is a polymerase chain reaction, but who cares ?)

    So ! What can we do with this You've got some chocolate on your earYou've got some chocolate on your earmagic paste ? Earrings of course !You've got some chocolate on your ear

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    And, as a little bonus,something like 'strawberry jam jewels':

    You've got some chocolate on your ear

    A last word to talk about my Facebook page. Feel free to like it, suscribe and tell everyone about it ! See you !

     



     


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  • originally posted on july the 15th

    Ola my little cut corks,

    For thFrom nothing to somethingose who know me, it will be obvious, but sometimes i begin from the end.

    When i saw the works of Chang Yang Yang for the first time, i used my love for scalpels and i did  this:

    From nothing to something

    I must admit it wasn't the first time i slashed innocent papers, i also did that kind of things before:

    From nothing to something

    Thanks for reading my blog, you can come to like my facebook page, just here !


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  • Originally posted on july  the 13th,

    Hello my little folded rabbits,

    Goal is to take the foldToday, we are going to tallk about an ancient art : origami.

    With a simple sheet of paper, being able to and create many things like animals, flowers or anything is just like magic!

    So, let's meet the original hydrangea designed by Mr. Shuzo Fujimoto. On this model, i folded two levels, but if you want, you can fold it to infinite.

    Goal is to take the fold

    This was made with a square of Tant paper (35 * 35 cm).


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  • originally posted on july the 11th,

    Ola my little raspberries,

    Koala are red? It's not a koala, it's a panda!Today, i'm going to  show you something i didn't make yesterday but quite recent anyway.

    I drew all of these for my children civil baptism (a french specificity ?) on a theme set by their mother (so, youcan try to find out what's the theme).

     

     

     

     

     

    First, the invitation card, made like a post card:

    Koala are red? It's not a koala, it's a panda!

    At the same time our post office, La Poste, allowed us to print our own stamps:

     

    Koala are red? It's not a koala, it's a panda!

    Koala are red? It's not a koala, it's a panda!

    Above, it's the bag of dragées(almond candies?) we gave to our guests. The panda is a keychain made in FIMO.

    Finally, when the party ended, we were so happy everybody was here ( Cecile ? can you read this ?)so we decided to send another postcard to thank them.

    Koala are red? It's not a koala, it's a panda!

    So, did you find what was the theme ? Little hint : it's not the bamboo...

    See you !


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