She’s not done yet. I still have quite a bit of work to do on her face and hair with oil pastels and Pitt pens. Do I need to put something above her? I don’t know yet.

I’ve also been playing with Jane Davenport’s watercolors, making flowers. I have a coworker’s birthday coming up and I would love to decoupage flowers and her name on a tumbler for her. I resurrected my high school yearbook nerd’s savvy with Photoshop to see if I could make this happen after being inspired by Pinterest.

Photoshop is opening up a whole new world for me in mixed media. I am so excited and have big plans for myself and my sister. (She doesn’t know it yet; mwah ha ha…her art is amazing!) It’s insane what you can do with your art in this program. I’ve used it to print my watercolor flowers on tissue paper to decoupage, to make Dillon’s birthday invites for his classmates, etc. I’m in love.

This picture of Dillon cracks me up. I can’t take credit for the photo concept but thanks to Photoshop I could modify it for Dillon. 😂

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