Monday, 30 December 2013
Friday, 20 December 2013
A section of one of my quick Christmas illustrations using fine liner and blue inks. Once my scanner starts working again I will add some seasonal illustrations and more organic work to my Society6 profile.
Thursday, 19 December 2013
Keeping myself busy of this festive period with quick sketches whilst I am working overtime in my part-time job. Always keep drawing.
Wednesday, 18 December 2013
I left my part-time job and transferred to a different store to be closer to home. A good friend of mine got me these cute, pretty and most delicious cupcakes ever from Millie's Cookies. Thank you Terri you #rat I will miss ya girl!
Tuesday, 17 December 2013
My good friends gave birth to their baby girl last July and was asked just before she was born to create a mural for them. I agreed and didn't realise how challenging it was even though they wanted a simple design. The wall didn't appear that big when I first agreed to do it but after two nights of it we got what we wanted to achieve. The design was simple and huge and perfect for the parents in the future to add their own ideas such as bunting along the branches, add shelves or picture frames of the friends and family over the design.
A random garden rose.
A hibiscus flower I walked past outside the restaurant in our hotel in Malaga.
At the beginning of November I spotted these lovely bunch outside a garden on the way to my Nan's.
Autumn in the garden.
You can also find my floral images on my Instagram: KLO_JONES
For fun I experimented with acrylic, ink and markers for this abstract piece. I'm going to be adding stitch to it because I love mixed media work and I miss sewing. It was inspired by blurred lines and markings I could see around me without my glasses on (I'm short sighted). As it has been super hot lately here in Widnes I have gone with warm pinks and yellows but have broken up sections with blues to keep it interesting.
I saw some beautiful classic American cars at Widnes bus station on my day off 6 weeks ago and it was a lovely surprise. You can find inspiration anywhere even at a bus stop.