Throwback Thursday: An oddish I made over 3 years ago on an etch a sketch.
I was recently interviewed by Toy Lines magazine for their website! If you’d like to know about why I do what I do and how I do it, check it out!
Disney Parks Blog: “‘Princess Etch A Sketch’ draws Anna and Elsa to celebrate ‘Frozen’ at Disney’s Hollywood Studios”:)
Oh yes! Here is the video I made with Disney of Anna & Elsa!
Why did no-one tell me I accidentally loaded that static image the other day now I feel really uncomfortable
I have always wanted to cosplay this version of Misty :)
Today my first Disney Etch A Sketch video of Anna & Elsa from Frozen went up on youtube!!! :)
Pokémon ending 4 - Pokémon Ondo
It was the color of the Etch A Sketch itself that gave me the idea. It was the emergency googly eyes on my boss’s desk that allowed me to finally execute it.
Boo! :) Took ~5 hours due to this Etch A Sketch having really thin line quality.
Happy birthday to the #EtchaSketch
I don’t often blog other artists’ work, but here’s a pretty sweet astronaut. Happy Birthday Etch A Sketch!
Today is National Etch A Sketch day! Happy Birthday Etch A Sketch!
In celebration, here is a fun Chicago-themed Etch A Sketch I made for the winner of a raffle I had at work! Given the time I had to create this, I am very pleased with how it turned out. If I had more time, I might have considered adding more detail and cleaning up some areas but overall, I like where this piece is.
I’m glad I finally devoted a classic-size Etch A Sketch to Chicago! :)
At anime midwest, I bought the cutest psyduck pokemon card ever and decided to etch a sketch it then and there. Psyduck is one of my all-time favorite pokemon :) Took ~1.5 hours
America! (Sorry Alaska and Hawaii!)
This took almost exactly half an hour, and I made a video of me talking while etching this from start to finish. I’ll upload it to youtube as soon as I learn how to edit footage