Make Art That Sells-Part 2

My next project for Make Art That Sells, Part B, was for the Scrapbooking industry. It was a blast! Our theme was antique/vintage clocks. I had to really think about this one for a while. I finally chose to go with a Steampunk theme and colors. Very different for me! I absolutely loved drawing all of the elements for this one.

© Mary Tanana 2014

© Mary Tanana 2014




© Mary Tanana 2014

Then I sketched out a rough layout for my icons.

© Mary Tanana 2014

It’s getting cold here, kitty plopped between my tablet and monitor one night!

© Mary Tanana 2014

Assembling my icons!

© Mary Tanana 2014

I used LOTS of masks and textures in this! It took a long time to do, but I am really pleased with the result!


I actually took on a freelance project last week, and I missed submitting for the baby apparel project. I’ll be working on that in the next couple of weeks. Next week our project is Editorial Illustration.

Thanks for stopping by!


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