My original pikachu doodle is currently on etsy looking for a new home. Pen for scale: actual size is roughly 10.75” x 11.5”. Made with a staedtler triplus fineliner marker.
Ellie and Carl from Pixar’s Up
My niece found me this etch a sketch at a thrift store a few months back. I finally thought of a couple worthy of being on such an awesome etch a sketch.
After way too long, I am finally doodling on canvases :) This little guy measures at 4” x 4” x .875”. It’s currently on etsy, looking for a good home.
Dyed green with Dr. Marten’s concentrated watercolors, and doodled with sharpie paint markers.
This original doodle is currently up for sale for $150 at my etsy shop!
9 different etch a sketch pieces I am currently selling on my etsy page
If you go like my facebook page, I am currently offering 10% off coupons through the end of March!
I am thrilled to be a part of this amazing collection of illustrations! For those who don’t know about the Adora Art Project, check it out!
Today’s Adora Is Awesome Etch-A-Sketch was created by ‘Princess Etch a Sketch’, Jane Labowitch.
Jane is a graduate of the American Academy of Art in Chicago with a BFA in Illustration. Here is Abbey Road from her flickr stream, her tumblr. her DeviantArt portfolio, her Etch a Sketch site and her facebook page.
In lieu of payment for her work, Jane asked that I make a donation to The Wikimedia Foundation, which I gladly did.
Thank you so much, Jane!
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Click on the ‘Adora Art’ tag to see the complete progress since the first original portraits of Adora were made. Here is a short YouTube video of the first 300 artworks. Here is a list of the first 600 artists who participated in the project.
Not sure if I told everyone here on tumblr: I went to PARIS! To show my etch a sketch art!!!
Here are a few select photos from my trip. The people at Who’s Next, the fashion show where I was exhibiting my work, were very kind in designing a space especially for my work. Check out that giant etch a sketch sign! <3 To see more photos from my journey, check out my facebook fanpage.
The last photo are the three original pieces I sold at the fashion show.
I leave for Paris TOMORROW! I am so excited. The #1 thing on my list of sights to see is the Louvre. I never thought I’d be able to go there in my life!
I thought I’d do something different for the Mona Lisa—It’s been etched before (and very masterfully!) so I decided to employ a technique that I used on the third panel of my laocoon piece a few years ago.
It’s actually rather difficult for me to employ this technique, as I am so used to using curves and diagonals. It was a fun challenge though and I am always a fan of the 8bit look! I also find this piece to be more accessible to people, because well we can all make staircases on etch a sketches and this Mona Lisa is essentially A LOT of staircases when you really think about it.
Inspired by this image I discovered quite some time ago via tumblr:
I find this piece to be ironic because I essentially etched a series of disconnected lines.
St. Basil’s Cathedral.
I’ve been in love with this architectural wonder since I started playing Tetris, so I figured it was time for me to etch it.
I was given permission to etch the original photo from the photographer. Here’s a link to the photo: http://fav.me/d2yj052