Hello everyone!! I hope you are well?
I’ve been fairly busy prepping a few new projects and creating content for Social October, you can view this on my instagram here!
Over the weekend I decided to create a paper animation featuring a horse from one of Muybridge’s famous photography experiments!
I started by cutting the horse shapes using my Silhouette Cameo cutting machine
I then created a basic grid on card and lined up the images whilst filming them on my camcorder.
I then created the animation below in my editing software.
I hope you like it!
What did you do over the weekend, anything creative?
Please share your projects!!!
It’s time for October’s Art For Your Screens!!
This delightfully sweet girl and bird will brighten up your mobile display.
‘Art For Your Screens’ is a new way of owning and displaying art on your digital devices
This artwork is for display on your mobile phone either as a wallpaper or screensaver so that you can have it with you at all times!
Thw download file can be found here
I’ve just finished creating this delightful whimsical horse in watercolours, I layered the transparent layers of paint to make a dreamy floaty background then sketched a very whimsical floaty horse, I used opaque gouache for the highlights and watercolour pencils for the details.
The caption ‘Be Free’ was added in a mixture of gouache and watercolour and was inspired by the carefree and playful pose of the horse.
I think of it as a reminder to be playful in real life, as this can be very freeing, make time for play! :)
Helloooo! Happy Saturday!
I’ve literally just finished sketching this horses head in charcoal, it’s the first time I used charcoal and it’s so lush.
The background was made from layers of gold, yellow and brown paint.
I need to make another of these in black paint as that was the original idea, but will keep this one too.
The horse is sketched from one of the Elgin Marbles at the British Museum.
Helloo!! Its Friday!! I hope everyone is well and looking forward to the weekend?
I have something new for you! Maybe you could even try painting it this weekend?? Hopefully!
Here is the painting tutorial for my latest sweet girl Yin Yue, in the video you will learn how I select and blend colours to add depth as well as layer colours to create variation. I love colour!!
I would love to see your sweet girl paintings too!!
Filed under Art, Tutorial, Video
Hello everyone! I wanted to let you know that I have started the October social challenge! Where I will be posting little tidbits about my self throughout October!
Mostly on my instagram here https://www.instagram.com/joanneseale and facebook page here https://www.facebook.com/joannesealeart/
but I will also copy the posts and content to my blog and website here http://www.joanneseale.com/
Yesterday I posted this photo and insight
I hate having my photo taken but here are some rare photos of me through the ages. Some things about me that you may not know… umm 😐 I have a degree in Environmental Biology, I’ve made things all my life including making my own clothes and toys as a child and teenager, I was one of the first VJ’s to be highlighted in the national press as part of the pioneering Yeast Collective, I sang ‘I will survive’ with Gloria Gaynor!! That’s it for now! Hopefully I will post more tidbits for the rest of October
Today I posted this little video showing you how to turn my Nubian mask design into a greetings card!!
Stay tuned for more little updates throughout the month of October!!!
Hello everyone! I hope you are well? I am doing good and looking forward to creating lots of new juicy arts and crafts for you!
Today I would like to show you my latest ‘Curvy Girl’ arts and quotes painting.
She is an expression of how it is good to take possession of our self and how the most important real estate we can invest in is ourselves.
‘Be the Queen of you’ means taking full responsibility for our lives and being held accountable to ourselves.
I painted her with what some might say are ‘thicc’ thighs as an expression and statement of body positivity and acceptance.
I can imagine that growing up many women with large thighs may have been called ‘thunder thighs’ or ‘Chaka Khan thighs’ but today we can all celebrate the gift of the large thighs that we have been given, just because… :)