Archive for August, 2010

FLOWER FLASH

Posted in My Art Work on August 18, 2010 by jayneemacksart

Flower Flash image #1

Flower Flash image #2

Flower Flash image #3

CAN YOU SMELL THAT FRAGRANCE?!:

This was A project I was assigned by my previous Tattoo artist and Teacher Remi. He explained to me how Butterfly and flower type tattoo’s are very popular so I was to look up different flowers and create my own style. This was the end result!

Mediums:

  • Tattoo Flash Paper: around the size of two and a half regular pieces of paper put side by side
  • Graphite 2HB Pencil
  • Pigma Pens: .05  &  .07
  • Regular Pencil Crayons

FURRY FELINE

Posted in My Art Work on August 18, 2010 by jayneemacksart

Tigger

 

Not the Tigger from Winnie The Pooh: 

I am very proud of this piece.. I have never taken the time to draw a portrait of an animal before so when my tattoo artist at the time gave me this assignment I was a little Nervous but very excited to try something new. 

I was given a few offers for this guy but he was a christmas present to Grandpa Hilton. He has been my art role model all through my life and I wanted him to have something I was proud of. 

I can happily say he likes it:) 

Mediums: 

  • Poster Board Paper 11×13
  • Graphite 8HB Pencil

Friendship Portrait

Posted in My Art Work on August 18, 2010 by jayneemacksart

Alecia & Myself as Fantasy Fairies

Alecia & Myself as Fantasy Fairies
MERRY CHRISTMAS LEESH: For this photo it was inspired by some fantasy art books I was rummaging through. Christmas was coming up and I was leaving Toronto January 1st for B.C once again so I needed to leave my legacy and memories in a photo for Alecia before I left.
Medium: Types of materials used
  • Card Board Paper
  • Graphite 2HB PEncil
  • Pigma Pens: .05  &  .07
  • Prisma Pencil Crayons

Julie and Kyle Heppner’s Wedding Portrait

Posted in My Art Work on August 18, 2010 by jayneemacksart

Original Picture of Julie and Kyle before Portrait

Portrait of Julie and Kyle Heppner

WEDDING BELLS:

Unfortunately I missed out on my cousin’s wedding because I was still living in Toronto and Hustling to get my rent on time :S

So with my biggest apologies I thought a great wedding gift may make up for my absence. (They also were a very fun couple to draw so this was lots of fun!)

Mediums:

  • Card Board Paper
  • Graphite 2HB Pencil
  • Prigma Pens: .005  &  .05
  • Prisma Pencil Crayons: The BEST of the BEST!

    20th Century Pinup Ladies ;)

    Posted in My Art Work on August 18, 2010 by jayneemacksart

     

    Fantasy Avatar Pinup

    Assassin Pinup…Angelina Who?!
    Caribbean Pinup

    Ginger Pinup

     

      

      

      

      

    PINUP GIRLS!!! 

    My take on Pinup Girls is, let’s do this in the 20th century! Although the Pinup bar stool and old-fashioned Plane girls are very cute and appealing to ones eye. I wanted my own spin on the Pinup Craft. 

    GINGER PINUP: This pretty Redhead aka “Ginger”. Is my tribute to the Toronto Girl. Nights out in VIP, Fancy Penthouses, expensive clothes and of course lots of Liquor!! 

    CARIBBEAN PINUP: This little lady was Rhianna attitude inspired. A bit of Rock N Roll and Spunk rolled up into a beautiful Caribbean Princess wading in those Tropical Seas! 

    ASSASSIN PINUP…..ANGELINA WHO?!: You don’t want to run into this chick. She’ll beat you down and leave you dead and Shamed. Giving Angelina Jolie a run for her money$$ 

    FANTASY AVATAR PINUP: Blue girl here is my idea of a more feminine prettier more fairy like Avatar. Who needs a pet dragon when you already have wings to soar?!?! 

    Mediums: 

    • Flash Tattoo Paper
    • Graphite 2HB Pencil
    • Pigma Pens: .005 & .05
    • Regular Pencil Crayons

    Spidey & G In Vancouver

    Posted in My Art Work on August 18, 2010 by jayneemacksart

    This new take on Spiderman and his Mistress was inspired by my girlfriend Geneva. She has always had a love for Spiderman and exotic looking men in general. So for her birthday I surprised her with this number! now she can live vicariously through my artwork;)

    Mediums (Type of art material used):

    • Poster Board Paper: Dimensions 13×11
    • Graphite 2HB pencil
    • Pigma pens: .05  &  .07
    • Regular crayons( which I would NOT recommend)

    In my future drawings I advanced to Prisma Pencil Crayons which blends so smoothly and the colours are so vibrant it looks like you either used pastels or you painted it.