I am excited to finally share this custom piece I have been working on for a return customer. She provided the 20″ long wooden wings and told me she wanted Edward’s Scissorhands painted on them. I chose colors, snow accents and a pearlescent paint additive to give it the feel from the movie. I am happy to say the customer loved the vision I came up.
If you like this art piece you should also check out the Drippings section of my portfolio site as well as the Remains page to see more things I have painted.
Interested in commissioning me to create something unique for you? Contact me for information and pricing.
As I have mentioned before my favorite type of order to fulfill is a custom one. I love when people come to me and say I want this for so and so .. work your magic. It inspires the whole creative process!
I was recently contacted to see if I could make some headbands in my Dead Girl Decay style for a baby girl. The parents being a lot like me and being into tattoos, skulls etc. I was the perfect fit for the job and was happy to do it.
I thought about what past Mom’s have done when I made their little girls barrettes and they didn’t have enough hair for them yet. They clipped them on to a baby headband!
So after finding headbands I made three mini barrettes that can clip on to them. Then as the baby gets older and gets hair she can unclip them from the headband and wear them as barrettes. Then she never outgrows them. Shoot if Mom wanted to rock them even she could get in on the action.
Here is the end result…
Interested in a custom order? I make art for all ages and Christmas is right around the corner! Contact me and get your orders in! The sooner the better to get them in time for the holiday!
The memorial portrait I was commissioned to do recently is done and I could not be happier with the way it came out. I am even more happier with the feedback i got from the customer.
Tom contacted me to do this memorial portrait of the beautiful Audra. I was asked to add some purple flowers to represent her favorite color. This is the first time I have incorporated color into a black and white portrait. Normally I either do them black and white or color. I am so happy that Tom asked me to do this as I really love the way it turned out.
Tom then showed Audra’s older sister and this was her reaction that literally brought a tear to my eye…
Art can be fun and it can be interesting but when it becomes sentimental it brings it to another level. I was touched to hear how happy the family is with the portrait I completed for them as I know how important it is to want to keep the memory of your loved ones alive. Memorial portraits are a wonderful way to do this and I was honored that Tom saw my portfolio and thought I was the right artist to do this for them.
To see more of the portraits I have done check them out here at the Spitting Image section of my portfolio site!
Stay Spooky and Keep The Memories Alive!