This Pokeman/ Pikachu bump painting was probably one of my favourite baby bumps yet! The design was inspired by baby’s big sis, who chose Pokemon and Evie as the characters, and “all the colours” as the super bright rainbow background!
These awesome art-in-progress shots were taken of me by my lovely client as I was painting her pregnant belly! I’m just loving capturing all my art at the moment at each stage of its creation, so I was thrilled to receive these photos.
This beautiful little cheeky monkey brought her Pikachu onesie for the maternity photoshoot and I just adored how it brought the painting to life! These photos are a beautiful, unique way to create a special bond between existing siblings and their soon-to-be-born little brothers or sisters!
Already can’t wait til the next one!
❤My latest pregnancy bump painting ❤
Loved painting this mummy and baby giraffe from a side angle – made a really lovely change from face-on bump painting and definitely something I’d love to paint more of!
Belly art is a beautiful way to celebrate your baby bump! It is truly unique and personal to you, making your maternity shoot a story within a story ❤ I can paint pretty much anything you like, so let your imagination run wild and get creative! Perfect as a gift to yourself, or as a gift for a baby shower/ girlfriend or wife. Please get in touch with any questions email@example.com
And so it is done!! 30 days of one stroke painting, spread over about 60 days whoops! But I completed my challenge, despite losing inspiration several times, teaching my first workshop (!) and having some kind of RSI in my ‘hyper-mobile’ wrist! It’s been way tougher than I thought it would be, but the sense of accomplishment is awesome. I’ve fallen in love with one stroke even more, finding it to be even more fabulous and versatile than I first thought. Here’s to more crazy self-challenges!
‘On the job’ Sugar skull from Halloween – private client
‘On the job’ sugar skulls – intricate lacy forehead pieces requested and delivered! Two fun girls going out on the town for Halloween!
Pregnancy bump painting using one stroke technique! 3 different one strokes for the rainbow, and “teddy bear” combo for Bambi. Black starblends used for shading.