Saturday, June 20, 2015


They had created this new look for some of the coffee bean bags and I loved the way the mermaid on it looked.

Wednesday, May 6, 2015

The Beatles

John, George, Ringo, and Paul; the four boys who changed the face of rock and roll.

Sunday, May 3, 2015


Did anyone else have one of these as a kid? Mine had pink hair. ^-^
(Colored Pencils)

The Dick Van Dyke Show

I'm a sucker for all those 60's programs! One being this show; starring Dick Van Dyke and Mary Tyler Moore. It was simple and funny. Good clean family T.V.

Skull n' Pansies

Experimenting with colored pencils again!
(Colored pencil and black ink pen)

Hippie Gandalf

What started off being Santa, turned into Gandalf, which turned into Hippie Gandalf.
(Crayola Colored Pencils/ Binder Paper)


           Since I was using water color paper, and I really wanted a cool background for this painting,
I ended up placing the painting on the water in my pool. I was worried the paper would get thrashed, but, being that it was water color paper, it simply floated on top of the water. Thus providing for a really neat photo.
(Watercolor Paints and Paper/Black Fountain Pen/#2 Pencil)

Saturday, May 2, 2015

CatDog's House

Late night on Nickelodeon I was able to re-cope with some of my favorite childhood cartoons.
One being CatDog. Though I had watched this show for years, I never noticed how awesome there house was. And so, I ended up painting it.
(Water Colors/Pencil/Black Ink Pen)

That 70's Show : Eric and Donna

Made from water color paper/ watercolors/ black fountain pens/ and your typical #2 pencil.
I was watching a "That 70's Show" marathon and had all my art supplies in front of me. I loved all the characters from this show, and any of them would have been fun to paint, but, I had to go with the original pair of the show. Eric and Donna.
-The Art of Madie W.