|Brown Bear's Christmas Wreath|
© Diana Ting Delosh
ink and watercolor.
and JOY TO ALL!
Just thought I'd wish everyone Happy Holidays before things got too hectic around here and I forgot.
Monday, December 19, 2011
Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Howdy Friends - I entered my Snowman - Christmas in a Greeting Card Design contest: Let it Snow and now the polls are open for voting. Anyone can vote. You don't have to be a member of the GCU community. Voting ends December 18th. Please view and vote for your favorite design by going to this link: http://gcucommunity.com/2011/12/13/design-contest-let-it-snow-time-to-vote/
Hint hint... my design entry is #22 ...wink wink.
Thanks for voting!
Wednesday, December 7, 2011
Ink & Watercolor
© Diana Ting Delosh
I created these snowmen for my POD stores*. The arts done -now just need to sneak in the time between assignments to make the illos into "products". I know I'm a wee behind, at any rate the snowmen will be arriving into my various stores and depending on how you look at it they're either too late for this winter season or too early for next year's. In the meanwhile I hope you liked the preview.
Snowmen will be arriving soon at my *stores:
Note to self: 2012 resolution #1 - create seasonal art 3-6 months ahead of the season for my POD shops. Give them time to build some SEO and all that other good stuff.
Friday, December 2, 2011
I do solemnly swear that I have faithfully executed
the PiBoIdMo 30-ideas-in-30-days challenge,
and will, to the best of my ability,
parlay my ideas into picture book manuscripts.
WHEW! - so glad I completed the challenge, although with a dry patch in the middle I almost gave up. All in all even with a bit of creative block it was a lot of fun: reading the daily inspiring posts on Tara's blog, hoping to win a prize here or there. Most of all just having fun and knowing that I'm not the only one muttering PB ideas to myself for the month of November.
Now the work ahead and into 2012 is to flesh out at least 1 of these scribbled ideas into a real PB story - a PB dummy even!