Hi everyone, as you can totally notice, I barely update here, with work, school and tourism I barely have the time to do it. So I've come to a conclusion, simplify my posts. The posts I used to do here were planned with time and I would write on them, As it were my diary, in another words way too much writing. Also my space for pictures is running really low, it gets harder and harder to upload. And finally I didn't bring my laptop to spain with me, I brough my Ipad and I don't like the blogger app. So I'll be opening a blog in tumblr soon, where I feel it will fit better with my lifestyle. I will share mostly work of mine, work in process, some pictures of spain I'm sure or any discoveries worth sharing. This blog will not be deleted so you can consult it anytime you want.
As soon as I open that new blog I will share the link here.
Now a fun work in process to share, so you won't leave this blog without something to see:
Illustrator of the week is Melissa Kojima from "Artist in LA LA Land Illustration".
I consider her one of my friends from the blogging network and such an honor she follows me (thank you Melissa) she always shares great support(thank you Melissa) So I don't know what took me so long to feature her (wait I know, Procrastination tsk tsk) She's does everything from illustration to Paper-Mache. I'm a big fan of her paper-dolls and not just like the ones you used to cut from the back of children magazines with the little flaps, but articulated ones, Perfect for children and adults. If you are a fan of bunnies,paper toys,vintage toys, animal circus or looking for a blog full of inspiration, definitely check her blog. I follow her blog not only to see her work that she shares, but she also shares such awesome findings, she just shared this amazing thanksgiving paper play I would not have found on my own. So highly recommend to check out her work and her blog, you'll end up full of inspiration,and now some photos.
Well, you guys remember part 1? well the invitations are done, and were a huge success. I'm glad. I loved working on it and even more when people told me they were very unique. Anyway The invitations was done using materials from Oaxaca. From the handmade paper, to the heart clip and printed here. Here are the photos: