This is another attempt at digital art and it went better than the last time. Perhaps I am getting the hang of it. Inspiration from my love of the ocean was born into this piece of art. Every time I go to the beach, I wish I could sail out on the water and leave … Continue reading Come Sail Away
This is definitely an old piece of art. I drew this in my sophomore/junior year of high school for my art class.The project was a “grid drawing”. It was this project that taught me so much about shading, highlights, and dimensions.This is where I began to see the way that artists see the world; how … Continue reading Captain Jack Sparrow
Doodles are a huge part of my artistic life. This may seem like a silly statement, but doodles are where ideas are born. Some of my best works have started as doodles and sometimes the doodles become the works themselves. Below is a doodle I had drawn a few years back. I never made it … Continue reading Entangled
My personal verdict on digital media art...it’s so much fun! My skill level of digital art...pretty much zero. But, that’s ok. Art is about expression, trying new things, and letting the critics do their job and have their opinions. The newest piece I created looks almost like a 5-year-old’s painting. Again, that’s ok. I’m learning … Continue reading Springtime
Here begins the series of my blog that includes all of my crazy, weird artworks. I enjoy using different media's and techniques so each post will include information about how each work was created and the inspiration that started each project. I have been out of practice with my art skills considering I have had … Continue reading Chelsea’s Chimerical Creations
A while back I found a pin on Pinterest about creating a sea glass effect on different glass objects. Sadly, I do not remember the original source where I found this pin. Although, I thought it was such an interesting concept that I had to give it a try and see for myself. Featured left … Continue reading DIY Sea Glass
You can take anything and make it into something better for next to nothing.