Found an old picture of me drawing my own self-portrait. It’s weird to see because I’ve changed and learned so much since then!
Nighttime project I worked on while catching up on the last couple episodes of True Blood.
This was an experiement with materials I don’t usually work with: gouache, a couple layers from the screenprint I’ve been working on and regular old graphite pencils. It’s fun combining media like this and is one of my favourite things to do!
Working on my first ever lithograph! For those who don’t know, its drawing or painting on a limestone slab with grease pencils or oil based inks to produce multiple prints. This is my first time doing it so I’m just testing the water with what I can do on my stone and eventually how much detail I can get. I haven’t gone through the whole process yet, but I feel like this is going to be one of my favourite mediums to work in.
'David (With Goliath)' Rebecca Ladds, 2011.
Detail and Progress of David. Rebecca Ladds, 2011.
Currently working on my own version of Michaelangelo’s ‘David’. He’s perfect as is, but a little bit of tattoos couldn’t hurt. ;)
Self portrait hung up in front of a window. (by rebeccaladds)
I apologize for my absence for the last week and a bit. Life’s been crazy and good. I’m coming back to Toronto (after a small vacation) with a brain FULL of inspiration and energy to get back to your emails and messages (and mail out your orders)! Expect new things soon! As for now, all I have to post is an old photo.
Stay well babies!
Another ballpoint pen sketch I finished up today.
Just some sketchbook doodles! I forgot how much I loved drawing with just a regular ballpoint pen! The entirety of this was done in a pen I found under the desk at work. When we have spare moments at the shop we’re encouraged to sketch and draw. This is collected spare moments from the past week.
It’s a good exercise drawing without being able to erase. It makes you work with the mistakes you make instead of pretending they didn’t happen. I’m starting to love it.
A little drawing I did for Natasha Lillipore, who is the subject of my last Canonization piece, and we’re also penpals! She likes kittehs.