Check out what I've been doing in my spare time, when I haven't been a big ol' slug.
That one is my mom's new lap board. I can make another, though. Mostly like it, but not identical.
A good friend took this one home. I can make another, similar to it. No two are alike, though. Especially since I wasn't wild about the medium I used to color this one.
Laura~Peach bought this one for the divine Miz EmJay. I have another one for Laura nearly done.
Isn't this fun?
This was my first sale. It's actually not Wilbur, but done from a photo of a baby pig. I squishy heart this one.
The latest isn't done, but it's the lid to a pencil box with a slide top, waiting for someone's name. Oatmeal Head had that look in his eyes, like it should have his name on it, but "Oatmeal Head" just wouldn't look right here. I'm thinking it's perfect for a kid's art supplies, or makeup brushes, or ... make something up.
The hair barrettes are really my favorite. I'm just going to throw a few out there.
These are the latest two, for my high school English teacher. We just reconnected on FaceCrack recently.
Now comes the contest. One of the earliest burnings that I did was this one:
Recognize those cows? I'm going to give this painted burning away. But you have to leave a comment. I've never been comfortable asking people to blog about my contests, or any other form of getting the word out. So just leave a comment. Tell me how talented I am. How much you love my burned animals. Shoot, tell me you want to buy one of these beauties or commission one. That would rock. Just make sure I can get in touch with you in any event, in case you win Fred & Bessie.
Contest ends a week from today, April 21st, at midnight where you live. I'll use the random number generator to pick the winner. And do feel free to mention this contest anywhere you like. I'm just not going to twist your arm is all. :)
Until I write again ...
P.S. That dragon on a box? I post photos to FaceCrack regularly and it's already sold! But! I can make another. So. Ya know.