Friday, 2 August 2013

Paper Satudays link up time, collaged illustrations

Welcome to another week of Paper Saturdays. I guess it is true when they say time flies when you are enjoying yourself. I can't believe we are already into August. Creating new paper art each week keeps us incredibly inspired. We hope you feel the same!

This week I wanted to share with you some new and old collaged illustrations. Lottie is not impressed but I love them. I think it is a great way of losening up and a wonderful way to get the old humour going.

I think when Lottie is finally grown up she will understand the power of humour a lot more. She may then even begin to use it in her own art work.

I hope you will share your paper art with us.

What is Paper Artwork?
Sketches, drawings, paintings and collages on paper are all fine. Yes entries in your art journal are great too. Paper dolls, paper houses, paper illustrations, paper jewellery, paper cards, painted paper boxes, you with a paper knickers on, paper clay, papermache are all allowed. Do what you like, just have fun.

This week's Supplies 
make your own illustrations

Please incude your art bellow and link back to Paper Saturdays so others know where to find us. It would be great if you use our Paper Saturday button for that reason.

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Valerie-Jael said...

Wishing you a fun Sautrday, It is HOT here, I am trying to keep coooool! Lovely illustrations! Valerie

Melanie said...

Humor is idd erg belangrijk, en daar voldoen je 3 werkjes erg goed aan. Een hele fijne zaterdag, ik kom nog terug om een linkje te plaatsen.
Liefs, Melanie

Jez said...

Your collages are so interesting, an original way that I have never seen before. I like the way you have combined collage with watercolour and pen to give a completely different effect from the usual collages. In some places I keep trying to decide which is collage and which is painted, though some things like the eyes and mouth on the friendly red-haired cutie are clearer. I am so impressed with these collaged drawings/paintings, and can't wait to try out your technique. Thank you so much for the 'tutorial by illustration'.

Arnoldo L. Romero, MLA said...

This is fun! Your portraits' whimsical personalities made me smile. Blessings!

Clare said...

Very funky illustrations! Happy Paper Saturday!