The Pin Ups inspired by Brinton Lodge Haunted House
The whole month of October I volunteered at a 300 year old lodge that almost became a parking lot. I have a passion for old buildings. So I’m helping to restore and save the old place and all its ghosts. In October they have a haunted house and I read Tarot cards there as a 300 year old ghost fortune teller. Take a look at some of my painted faces. I painted on my face with acrylic paints and it washes right off at the end of the night.
Sally Starr – one of my childhood idols. She was a huge influence on my drawing glamor girls. I will miss her. Oh Sally! you brought so many little girls a bit of razzle dazzle in an otherwise dreary world. Sally deserves to be never forgotten and I hope my drawing of her will help generations to come to remember a great lady who gave herself to her fan children. She was hostess to saturday morning cartoons in the Philadelphia, Pa area ad will be missed by many children at heart.
I donated a CD cover and Poster for Amy who is battling brain cancer and wants to meet Taylor Swift. She was featured on Fox news last night.
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I’m making a donkey for Dori’s birthday (my #3 daughter) and the porcelain was a bit wobbly in the legs to keep the donkey standing upright. He’s poor little legs kept buckling under him like he had too much tequila. So I was trying to think off what to use to prop him up and I thought of using Legos! Perfect because they can stack to whatever height I need. Take a look at the donkey resting its little fat belly on the pile of Lego bricks. Shhh! Don’t tell dorian.
A new Irish Katdazzle girl
Don’t ask who she is, cause I’ll never tell. Not even if you put sand in my peanutbutter crackers.
Some more of my Katdazzled cartoons!
Some of my Katdazzlecartoons paired with the photos I used as reference. Sometimes I follow the photo and sometimes I just go wild.