I have been painting tee-shirts for the past five days. It has been about 10 years since I've painted on fabric this way. The above is my favorite of the six I've painted so far. The snow flakes were not intended--I squirted white paint onto the head area--and it splattered all over. That's when I came up with the idea of the Snow Eagle. Sometimes mistakes make the best pieces of art. If you look closely, just under his feathered chin--you can see a tiny splatted heart.
The wolf above gave me all kinds of trouble! His face was too fat, his ears were too short and his fur was too stripped. The photo doesn't do justice to the final painting. I do love his eyes--they follow a person everywhere!
I call this an Etruscan Lion, because he came out so differently than what I'd envisioned when I first started painting him. He looks rather fierce, don't you think?
This fetching fellow turned out a little stout--Sometimes a drawing takes over and does something completely different than what I first had in mind.
These tee-shirts were painted for the winners of a drawing we had for our non-profit organization. I had a LOT of fun painting them!