The past year has been busy and filled with new ideas, dreams, and goals! Finishing up school has definitely taken up most of my time, but I’ve learned so many principles that I am excited about putting into practice. 😀 Perhaps one of the hardest things about working toward goals is staying focused and organized. The many great ideas become unfinished burdens because I lose track of the big picture and can’t seem to make my way through the small details. So having a good plan and “roadmap” is essential to focus and organization. As I work on implementing my plan and maneuvering my roadmap, get ready for some fun changes and new projects!
I’ve been getting into the bullet journal craze. 😀 Trying to be a little more organized to keep myself from getting overwhelmed (and burnt!) from all the work I need to get done. Here’s a peek at a few pages from my bullet journal…and some freebie stickers to make life easier for you too! 😉
Finally finished this third costume for Emma. ^^” This gown is worn by Emma at her dinner party when she introduces Harriet Smith to Mr. Elton.
Been working on some clipart for Charlotte’s Web. This is just a peak at my design process. 🙂
Second costume for Emma! This white gown is worn by Emma after the wedding with a lace shawl.
Finished the first costume for Emma! The Miramax adaptation begins with Mrs. Weston’s (Miss Taylor) wedding. Emma wears a white gown with a striped overdress. It’s a very short scene, but, thankfully, there were a few good shots of the costume. ^^”
Been working on a fun side project! I was watching Miramax’s film adaptation of Emma (1996) the other day, and I fell in love with the costuming again. One of my favorite costume from this adaptation is probably the pink archery gown. 🙂 But it’s so hard to choose just one favorite because she has so many beautiful costumes! Rather than limit myself to drawing just one of her costumes for my watch list, I decided to draw an Emma paperdoll and all of her gowns (I hope!). 😀 Continue reading Emma Paperdoll