Colored pencil and acrylic on Neenah Environment paper
On view in the online charity exhibition “Small Art for a Big Cause” hosted by Light Grey Art Lab.
A portion of the proceeds from sale of this work will go to support The American Red Cross for California wildfire relief.
All works are $75 and come framed and gift-wrapped.
Mixed Media on Paper.
Multimedia on illustration board
24” x 36”
What do we hold inside ourselves that no one else will ever know? Each person you meet, even your closest friends and partners, only get a tiny glimpse of the universe that hides inside.
May 26, 2017-July 14, 2017
Now available on CURIOOS! Limited Edition Print with framing options available.
Follow your passions like moths to a flame.
Digital art created in Photoshop and Illustrator CS6.
Digital art created from an original drawing.
Created in Photoshop and Illustrator CS6.
I teamed up with You & Who to design a t-shirt for their March 2012 launch, themed "Moving Forward".
You & Who approaches artists to design shirts that will benefit local charities from the artist's city. For each shirt sold another is donated to an organization in the U.S. that helps someone in need, particularly those experiencing homelessness, displaced veterans, victims of domestic violence, and runaway or troubled teens.
Find out more about You & Who at http://www.youandwho.com/ and show the world you give a shirt!
Meet The Creative Cat. Creative Cat's Studio logo and mascot.
Hand drawn in pen and ink, imported into Illustrator CS6.
If you are a fan of the Creative Cat you can show your support for Creative Cat's Studio by purchasing these products and more from Tricia Beal's Society6 web shop!
26 x 40"
Acrylic, airbrush, ink and colored pencil on Neenah Environment paper.
"Domesticated" began as a doodle in my Moleskine notebook. After finishing the drawing, I scanned it into Illustrator, where I traced and finished it…And by traced I mean by hand, with the pen tool. Yes, I am a crazy person.
A vector drawing in Adobe Illustrator utilizing repeats and reflections to create unique patterns and facial expressions.
I found, after reflecting the left side of the original sketch to create the right, that it kind of resembled an inkblot used in protective psychological testing known as a Rorschach test. When I copied and reflected the top to make the bottom, I discovered that the design made all kinds of interesting shapes and patterns based on how far they were spaced from one another. The spacing effected the facial expressions of the wolf and also made some really awesome patterns in the middle.