Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Hammer Time!

Parachute pants from my Grandma! Can't touch this!

I drew this illustration of a book I just finished. Except in my own way.

Panda Bread! I tried translating, but I only managed the ingredients. Now my brain hurts.

~Ja matane!~
~Rickshaw is actually Jinrikisha, made of the symbols Jin--Person, Riki--Power, Sha--Vehicle.~

Tuesday, July 21, 2009


Ugh... It's been a while huh? I've been going through a sickness-lazyness-uncreativeness phase. For a very long time too. So to make up for the almost four month absence, I decided I'll post again around every week on things I think are cool. Think of it as an easier way to email all my friends on new funny cool and interesting things. So for my first post in a long time, I will tell you about my old drawings that are new for you, my latest photoshop exploring, and San Fransisco.

Here are my drawings! *Da-dadada!* I call the series "Fowllet". Get it? Fowl is bird and ballet mixed together! Anywho, it's just some random bird inspired ballet dancers. And yes, Crow is supposed to be black and white.

Okay, so next on the list is my exploration of Photoshop. I discovered a brilliant way to draw! All you do is draw the seperate face parts, the head with hair, and the body and clothes. Then you scan and photoshop everything on top of eachother and resize them and you get a perfectly proportioned person! Brilliant!

And last of all, I went to San Francisco on Sunday to go to the Renegade craft fair! I loved it there, I even saw the very popular Black Apple. I bought a Scarab beetle necklace, My older sister got a shirt, and my little sister got a Shadow Puppet Yetti. I was going to get one of these seller's bracelets, but it was really expensive. And I got a pair of long-wanted chopsticks.

~The end~
~Want to know something cool? The Japanese word for puppet is made up of two symbols: Nin=Human, Gyou=Form. Human Form!~

Saturday, May 2, 2009

Bill and Buttons

This is a Girl named Buttons the Great. She is 13 and doesn't want to grow up. She owns the Anti-Adult Asociation, also known as Triple A or AAA. Her sheep is named Shawn, and she and the vice president love to decorate him.
And this is Bill the Lazy Platypus, Spot the Loyal Bug, and Good ol' Fred the TV. And Bill's girlfriend. Notice everything in the picture is named except for her. And she is angrily knitting while he is drinking coke and watching TV.

~I like sheep!~

Friday, April 24, 2009

Feeling... artistic

Yes, I am felling very artistic lately. This "Illuminated Letter" as my teacher calls it, Isn't actually an example though. I just got this back from social studies. I got 10 extra credit points for this.
This is an actual example. I just Wednesday came up with a new way of drawing. This is my version of Eve holding the fruit from the forbidden tree. I wonder where Adam is...
This picture is one of my favorites. I'm really into robots lately. She has just been exposed as a cyborg, and is anxiously awaiting the response of horror.

~Don't be too harsh on her, It's not like she decided to be half robot.~

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Earrings and Such

Woah, sorry about how late this post is, I forgot and went camping. So, at my grandma's house, she has miniature silverware and scissors and random pendant things, perfect for earrings.
She let me have two of the scissors and earring wires, so I came home and finally finished up all of my saving-for-a-day-when-I-have-earring-wires projects. I got my bottle cap earrings done, and also had my dad help me make an earring holder. Yay for drill bits and long-forgotten picture frames!

~By the way, the scissors open and close. Aren't small things cute?~

Friday, March 20, 2009


Yes, I have an explanation for my absence. I didn't do anything last week. That's it. But, today, overcoming my illness, I will post.

I went camping this weekend. We went to a small campsite in Spooner's Cove in Montana de Oro. It definitely wasn't that good of a vacation. We got there late, 5 o' clock, and started a fire. The fire died out in 10 minutes and didn't come back. So we ate our dinner in the trailor. The next day we went on two wonderful hikes. Here's a ton of nature pics of them.
^Sticky Monkey Flower^

^Indian Brush^

^Weird Asparagus-looking Plant^

^Wild Blackberry^
^Old Man's Beard^

^Morning Glory (This flower only has one petal and sucks up your nose when you sniff it)^
^Weird Flower^
^Eucalyptus Bloom^
And here is the delicious fruit salad I made.

~It was kinda a short post today, huh?~

Friday, March 6, 2009

Old and New... and a new band member!

Well, you probably don't know what I mean by a "new band member". In fact, I've never even mentioned a band before, so let me explain. My big sister has a desire to make a techno band. It kinda is just a dream, but last night my dad brought home a super totally awesome keyboard that records and layers multiple riffs. If that doesn't make sense, it basically means you can record a melody in one instrument and record another melody with another instrument and play it together. Ya. I know. It's awesome. Me and Andrea already made a song. Yes, so if I am a member of the band (You know how big sisters are, the friends are their group) my stage name will be Ningyou.

Okay, so, old and new.

The first is my favorite. It's my newest drawing of a small bird named Tiney. In case you still don't get it, It has fork legs, thus Tiney. The second is a fairly new drawing of a street performer (Robot), Panda and Hobo. The third is an old picture of two old friends: Turtle and Hare. They are both old and cranky. The last is a very old picture of a lady trying to train an ant, inspired by my Social Studies teacher's constant remarks about how teaching us is like teaching an ant.

~See ya!~

Saturday, February 28, 2009

Drawings and Careers

Hey guys, sorry it's been so long. Last week I went to San Fransisco on Thursday and Friday so I could attend Andrew Bird's concert. Which by the way was even more amazing than this video of him. But the trip really threw me off schedule, so I had a ton of homework and, counting the Friday I was gone, I missed two weeks of blogging. Anywho, back to the post.So here's the picture part of the post. This is actually a picture I drew on a paper tablecloth at a restaurant. I have a thing with masks, hidden personalities and depressing drawings all of the sudden, I wonder why... I'm not really sure what I was trying to convey, I mean it was just a doodle, but the writing above it says," Watashi wa dare?" meaning," Who am I?"
And here is my first and hopefully not last finished work in the art of Photoshopping. You see, I really enjoy fixing and altering photos, and I think it would be perfect to do that as a career when I'm older. It's the cutest picture of my dad when he was around six years old, but you couldn't see it in the old photo. It was all cracked and flaky and... I'll just let you see for yourself.
See the difference? I'm really so proud.

I was also going to show you some more pictures, but I couldn't find my notebook, so,
~See ya!~

Friday, February 13, 2009


Wow, this is a first! I actually finished a project. And, I love it so much! If you can remember that far back, I started collecting soda can tabs so I could make this awesome belt. It only took me a couple hours to make, and it's not as complicated as it looks, especially when you get the hang of it. This ribbon is also so adorable!
Here is another picture I drew. I mainly took it from a dream that I had about a goldfish that I picked up from its bowl, but it died because I did. Not really sure what that dream is supposed to mean...
And last but not least, Here is some random clothing designs. Those in the corner are white frilly shorts. I really love the look of shorts that kind of poof out. the other is just a dress that I imagined right before I fell asleep a while ago. In case you can't tell, It's kinda inspired by Batman.

Friday, February 6, 2009

Who is the real Sophie?

This is my latest drawing. The girl in front of the mirror is the mask of Sophie, the school's "Bad Girl". she happens to look inside the mirror this special day, and sees what she really is, a frill-loving, girly, non-punk girl. I just thought this was a good subject for my type of drawing.

In other news, here I am, finally progressing on my sewing. Here is my half-embroidered chubby mermaid doll face. She's going to have brown hair with blonde high-lights, a leopard print tail, and a black clam bra. She's a little odd compared to most mermaids...
~Alright, that's it!~

Monday, February 2, 2009

Resolutions and Catching-Up

Okay, so, I definitely have some catching up to do. In the last however many weeks, I went camping, and... that's actually just about it. I haven't really done any arts, but, I am planning on making a new formal wardrobe, and I just started embroidering a face for a chubby mermaid doll I'm making.

All this leads to my first topic, a resolution. I have noticed that I don't really post very often, so I am making a day that I have to post on, probably Friday. I will ,though, post sooner if I finish projects sooner, but just don't expect a post every day.

Now for the Catching-up. I went camping in Yosemite for the very first time! It was beautiful. We hiked up to the lower Yosemite Falls where we climbed the fallen rocks till we were about fifty feet from the falls. You could feel the mist on your face. We also took some fun pictures, which I would like to show you, but Blogger won't upload them, so I'll have to get back to you.
~See ya when It's working!~

Sunday, January 4, 2009

Some more Old Illustraions

Alrighty guys, I'll start off with one of my illustrations from a book called The Fledgeling. It is illustrating a part of the story that gave me the inspiration to name this blog Georgie and the Goose Prince.

This is a picture I drew of me wearing my Hello Kitty shirt. I think it was badly translated to say, "You Wear What?" when it was really, "Anata wa nani shoimasu ka?" where it would say, "What are you wearing?" I did this without a mirror. Really surprising for me.This is one of my fashion illustrations. This model's name is Fionna.
And finally, Rachel. Yet another of my fashion illustrations. I think I was in the ballet dancing mood when I drew this.

~ I'll try to get some actual work done tomorrow. See y'all Later!~

Friday, January 2, 2009

My Art Projects Since September

Okay, since my last post in September, I have done a few art projects. This one I made in art class at school. It is a papier mache axe in the shape of a batman sign. I'm really proud I got 19/20 on this.
This mug is also made in art class. On this I got an amazing 20/20 even though it had a crack through it! I made it for my sister, the author of The Dirty Pink Hotel, who named him Fabio. When I first made it, it had two handles and was flawless. But, as you can see by the picture below, he has no handles. The first day after drying, he had a crack through him and one handle was broken. By the second day of drying, he was handle-less, yellow blotched (forgot to rinse my brush before going from yellow to clear on the nose), and cracked. But he still has a great personality!

Here is a shelf I made at home one day. It was designed to display my shutter shades. I made the shelf with a Capri Sun box, some collage paper and a strip from a coloring book that I colored.
Here's the shelf with my shades on it.
This is a vase that I made out of the same coloring book page as the shelf above. I made it out of a bottle and just taped on the strip of coloring page.

And last but not least, I made this hand. It was originally to hold my arm warmers, but it was to inflexible. So now it's just a strange piece of art on my nightstand.

~Alright, that's all I had to catch you up on, See ya!~