Occasionally I get to paint on bellies. My friend Kim asked me to paint her belly for Halloween as a costume. It also became the way she was going to reveal the name of her new little boy to her family. We had a great time chatting while I decorated her belly with the moon theme, which will also be the theme to wall painting as well.
Megan wanted a Navy submarine on her belly for her husband. I made the undersea decoration around it like a comic because her son was in to Bubble Guppies. The outside of the belly represents her pride in her husband's job.
I delivered her belly with a special surprise! Daisy Jean Photography took pictures of her belly for her.
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Occasionally I find myself painting on bellies instead of paintings resembling them. this is a Halloween belly I did for a local photographer, Nancy of Daisy Jean Photography. I had so much fun painting on this belly and meeting Nancy. I really hope we can do it again!
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Holly asked for poppies with a tree, so I decided to go for a folk art feel. This is the only painting so far that is considered multimedia. Meaning that it is paint on canvas with paper cut out leaves. It suited the piece perfectly! On the base of the tree I paid tribute to her little family. i just love how bright this one turned out.
Britiany's bump was inspired by the month she gave birth, December! She wanted something to remind her that she gave birth on the 1st day it snowed last year. When I asked her about the color she wanted I decided to make it girly for her little snow flake. Her room has pink and purple. Britiany said she really like the high contrast paintings I do, so I did a blue gradation to the waning moon that was present on the day Little Snow Flake was born. I had a great time splatter painting the background in my shower as well as researching different designs for snowflakes. This is certainly one of my favorites so far.
When my business was in the beginning stages my aunt showed interest in getting one for my cousin Crosheena. I was really excited to do this since it would be my first real test of doing a belly from a digital image. I emailed Crosheena and had her email me a picture and we discussed a theme. She a wanted a jungle theme.
I was inspired by the beautiful designs of these black and white flash cards I have for my son. I loved how the animals seemed to glow against the sky.
Then came the next test as this would be the first canvas that I shipped. All went well!
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