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Choices, choices! Sneak preview of a project I was recently invited into. :)

Choices, choices! Sneak preview of a project I was recently invited into. :)


agaucu:

Getting back into drawing by working on my own version of Princess Bubblegum. Never get out of practice, kids! It’s been 2 years!! #snapshot #art #adventuretime #brienna-bick

agaucu:

Getting back into drawing by working on my own version of Princess Bubblegum. Never get out of practice, kids! It’s been 2 years!! #snapshot #art #adventuretime #brienna-bick


This is from my, I believe, freshman year of college. Maybe sophomore. We had to draw a natural form and a man-made form (on campus).Felt tip pen, pen and ink.

This is from my, I believe, freshman year of college. Maybe sophomore. We had to draw a natural form and a man-made form (on campus).

Felt tip pen, pen and ink.


draelogor reblogged your post Again, information regarding glazing w… and added:

Your signature on the bottom? My word i’m just in love with this.

knew I had a question to answer, but I could not for the life of me figure out where. Yes! My signature. :) And thank you!! <3


Another painting from some-odd years ago, first painting class. We had to paint a macro shot, essentially. This little fish is actually a 1&#8221; pendant.Oil on wood panel.

Another painting from some-odd years ago, first painting class. We had to paint a macro shot, essentially. This little fish is actually a 1” pendant.

Oil on wood panel.


Again, information regarding glazing will be up when I can pull out my glazing notebook, granted it has notes. :)

Cup/bowl, an extra piece.
Black mountain clay.


My notebook with notes on the glazes for my pieces is currently buried under a large amount of school stuff, so I’ll have to edit this later to put in any notes I may have on this cup!

Long Beach clay.


My very, very first clay project from 4-5 years ago (unless I did some back in elementary school that I don’t remember); intro to handbuilding, a quick, one-day flower pot.
Approx. 2’ tall, 3’ wide at lip.

Mirror black glaze
Black mountain clay


purplehairedfiend reblogged your photoset and added:

Black mountain clay is my favorite!!

Same! And thank you for all the reblogs. :D


1 of 5 small pots.
Black mountain clay.

Traded this for a cup from my friend, which you’ll see pretty soon, as well as the rest of these small pots. It’s about 2 inches tall!


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