Added a store to my website! Will be updating it as new work is released.
There is a lot to update and I have no idea where to begin! I've been working on a really exciting project that I can't share quite yet. It is going to print today! On top of that we moved in late May 1,200 miles up to Maine! Settling in is taking some time, but it has been fun. My work desk consisted of my daughters toddler sized table for a few weeks. My butt was so sore.
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Then here are a few new sketches. Not for anything in particular, mostly just fun.
Posted by Neesha Hudson at 1:38 PM
Check out my new site at www.neeshahudson.com
Posted by Neesha Hudson at 6:15 AM
The very talented Gretchen Ronnevik (aka Nerdy Gerdy) commissioned me to design a new header for her blog.
The original sketches.
Gretchen had a hard time choosing which direction she wanted to go, so I superimposed the sketches on a screenshot of her blog. That way she could get an idea of how it could look.
Tada! Check it out live at He Sows and She Sews.
Posted by Neesha Hudson at 2:39 PM
I've been working on a personal project with my friend. We are keeping it hush hush for now, hence the quietness on the old blog. I can however post a couple of sketches I did last week. I was supposed to be working but sometimes it's hard to focus, you know?
Posted by Neesha Hudson at 9:02 AM
For some reason Peak Dental let me paint on their walls, and I had a ton of fun doing it! Peak Dental is in Falmouth, ME and one of the most amazing offices I've ever seen (and I have seen a LOT of dentists). They are completely "green", use no harsh chemicals, and all digital x-rays. On top of that they do exceptional work and are so nice and friendly! If you are in the area I would definitely give them a visit. They are running a promotion for new patients too.
Since they were open to ideas, I suggested a circus themed mural with funky whimsical characters for their children's area. It took about 13 hrs to complete.
If nothing else, next time you are in a bookstore, go to the picture book section and read "I Want My Hat Back." You will chuckle, I promise.