Tag Archives: painting

Art Dump February 2013

3 Feb

Alright, so I’ve been thinking about this for a little while, and I have finally decided to just do it. Every month or so, I am going to be uploading a post with the art I’ve done throughout the month. I’ve been pretty busy with some massive art projects (well… massive for me, and way more time-consuming than normal), and seeing as I haven’t written a real post in a month, I figured this would be a good way to jump back in before the tutorials come back in full swing. So, without further ado, these are some of the drawings and paintings I’ve done over the last couple of months.

Julian Done!

IMG_0665asmallwm

IMG_0959awmsmallcrop

IMG_0751awmsmallIMG_0635asmallwm

These are just a few of the pieces I’ve done (and two of them have already been added to other posts here), but almost all of them took a minimum of 10 hours, some as many as 16 or 17 hours to finish, depending on the size (some are 14×22 inches and one is 22×28 inches). So I haven’t really been slacking much in the creativity department, I just haven’t been able to create many tutorials recently. Speaking of tutorials, expect a new one involving latex and spikes this week! 😉

If you’re interested in following my art on Facebook, you can find my new page here. I post most of my stuff on there, including works in progress. Also, if you have a deviantART account, I just recently set up a page there, too, where I will be posting my favourites from what I draw and paint. You can find it here.

Advertisements

Lazy Days

7 Dec

Today I decided to share some of the other projects I’ve been working on over the last year or so. These don’t have tutorials because they were done before this blog was conceived, but it should give you a little insight into the types of things you can expect in the future.

The painting below was done a while ago, but it’s one of my favourites. I realize I’m not amazing at painting, and I actually don’t really like working with acrylics, anyway, but I’m rather pleased with this one.

TemptationAnother thing I do, and I do this semi-professionally, is design and make clothing. I specialize in latex, and I’ve even been lucky enough to show my new collection during Boston Fashion Week at the Emerging Trends show back in September. Random clothing and accessories are one thing I tend to do quite often, and I will be more than happy to post some tutorials about making latex clothing.kimberley_crawford9Okay, just one more thing to share. This is something else that I do semi-professionally in my city. I absolutely love taking photos. It’s my escape from the real world. I spend countless hours planning and setting up a lot of my creative shoots, and aside from posting the results, I’ll also post some tutorials about how to make some of the things that I make for each shoot. This photo is from a shoot I did with local model Tara Lee back in October.
IMG_9426awmsmallThis is just a taste of what is to come as this blog progresses. It’s quite a mix of mediums and styles, I know, but that’s just how my mind works.

If you want to see more of my photography you can check out Fake Believe Photography’s Facebook page.

For more information about my fashion, check out the Kimberley Crawford fan page.

To see more artwork (and a random mix of photos, crafts and clothing I’ve made over the last few years), check out my deviantART account.

DON’T feel pressured to go check out these sites if you don’t want to. The links are just there for if you are interested in seeing more.