Wow. In the two days since posting it, my watercolor painting Neon Gumbo has gained 600 notes and counting. Some wonderful artists I respect and enjoy shared the painting with their fans, who shared it with their friends. Neon Gumbo was, briefly, even at the top of the “janelle monae” tag! I am humbled. Thank you, fellow fandroids!
This is a part of my Watercolor Wednesday series.
Happy Fat Tuesday! Here are the finished medallions. I designed and vectored the images for these, which are printed in a semi-holographic gold. These medallions were made as swag to celebrate The Wild Bohemians' 30th anniversary Mardi Gras parade down South Street in Philadelphia.
One last preview of the Neon Gumbo piece before I post the full thing as tomorrow’s Watercolor Wednesday. Adia, who is both a fab artist and friend—as well as the winner of the 2013 COTA Festival poster competition—wore her Janelle Monae tour shirt to the show!
Part 7 (of 9) from my college composition studies of O Brother, Where Art Thou?
Here’s another preview of the painting I’ll be posting in full this Wed! It hangs in a steel frame (because robots) at The Living Room art gallery on Main St, Stroudsburg for the month of March.
This WIP should eventually be another cover for my fantasy comic project.
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