In the style of Czech artist, Alphonse Mucha, this year’s Candy Corn Queen dons Art Nouveau fashion. Here’s my black outline of the preliminary drawing. Feel free to print it out and color it in your own style~ Thanks for stopping by~ Scarlett
The 6th Annual Candy Corn Queen is here! This year’s Candy Corn Queen is based on Star Wars’ character, Amidala, Queen of Naboo. I used ZIG Millenium pens and Coptic markers to create this drawing. Hope you’re having a blessed autumn season. Thanks for stopping by to look at my […]
This year’s Candy Corn Queen is Celtic~ As always, I started with some sketching to work out the composition. I decided to stylize the drawing (see below). I used ZIG pens and Copic markers to color the copy I made onto aged parchment. This year’s Queen, while a warrior, also […]
I think candy corn is heavenly. Every year I sketch a few drawings to honor its sugary sweetness. Hope you have a fabulous day of costumes and candy! Thanks for stopping by!
This is the 4th Annual Candy Corn Queen! This year, she’s a pirate queen of the high seas, vastly contented on an island with her chest full of golden candy. And once I got the hat right, it was smooth sailing. 🙂 If I were to be stranded on […]
Shimmery, creamy white. Unpredictable texture and transparency. I love onion skins. I also love dried stuff from my back yard: grass stems, dandelions, and primrose petals. I slipped it into a vintage wooden frame that I found at a thrift store. This natural collage is available in Knox’s Etsy Shop, […]
I’ve always wanted to try and carve my own stamp! I haven’t been able to find an owl stamp I like so I used this owl I made last year as my inspiration. I traced it onto the block and filled in the general shapes with a permanent pen. Then […]
It’s become an annual tradition. It started in 2009, the year I started my blog. I shared how much I love candy corn and I came up with several projects using the candy. Again, in 2010, I came up with several different projects using candy corn, one of which was […]