I’m a giant fan of Princess Etch a Sketch’s work. I particularly like how she has achieved varied shading in this work. That must take forever to do. Click on the title (Sailor Moon…) for her description of the process. Very cool!
Yes, I would really buy it - I’d even send you an Etch a Sketch and a new frame to transfer the finished product; I buy unassembled frames from Ohio Art and just transfer the finished glass. I’ve only been doing this since December and just love that there are other cool people also doing Etch a Sketch art. I’d hang it in my office! (and post it of course)
Thank you so much, Tai - I’ve been working hard on these over the past several months (I started Etch-ing in December), and I love doing it. It wasn’t long before I started to discover other cool people who are doing wonderful things as well - your work is delightful! I’ve just started exploring websites/blog options; I put this one together over the weekend - let me know what you think:
And I’ve got a bunch of stuff posted on Flickr and Facebook as well (linked to my Wordpress blog).
Just curious - do you ever preserve your work? I really do love the nude of yours that I re-blogged, among others in your collection…
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By Tai’s Daily Etch a Sketch - I would buy this if he preserved it.
Drink ‘n’ Draw at 3rd Ward
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This is by Ron Morse (aka Etcha), one of my favorite Etch a Sketch artists.