Fan Art Up! is a weekly feature hosted by Tabitha @ Not Yet Read. It is dedicated to showcasing our Fan Art and doodles inspired by entertainment media, whether it’s Books, Movies, Anime, Comics, etc. Or even your random self inspired art! Break out those dusty art supplies!
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This week’s art was inspired by
CORALINE by Neil Gaiman | Goodreads
A few years ago I made this ribbon jointed, polymer clay, self portrait art doll inspired by Coraline. She was the first I’d made so she’s quite a bit ruff and I accidentally used the wrong paint so she’s glossy too. argh.
Then one of my best friends Rachel (who may be joining us here on the blog in the near future) asked if I could make her one. She had made me a gorgeous humongous painting for my toddler’s baby room so of course I couldn’t turn her down. I’m just ashamed to say it took me a year to make her. But I love how she turned out – way better then the first one! I love her white hair and turquoise dress!
And then of course today since I’m into doodling and watercolor right now I did up a super fast sketch / watercolor. Anyone else love Coraline??
FAVORITE DOODLE I’VE DONE THIS WEEK
I absolutely adore this ghostly looking chubby guy. And realized that I totally favor the turquoise watercolor paint.
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