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Emma - digital
I don't think this is quite done yet.

Sketchbookins








Also, this is why I don't get more done at home. I bring my tablet home to do some work and there is always a kitten on it. Dawwww.


After a really hectic September, involving a fender bender with an 88 year old man named Ed Butts (pictured here) I am grateful that October has been a little easier to handle. My mom and sister are visiting next weekend, which will be cool because we're going to see King Tut at the DMA. I'm flying to Orlando the following weekend to see Drew, and maybe head to Sarasota for an evening. I wish I'd been at Illest this year, but from what I've seen of pictures and heard from everyone, the show was a success and I'm proud the tradition lives on :)

Hope everyone is well!

11 comments:

Nila Curry said...

Wow Erin! Its always fun to visit your blog!!

Abby said...

I'm glad to see you still sketchbookin'. If you come to sarasota let me know, I'd love to see you!

Jeslyn said...

You were missed at Illest this year! There was some great stuff!!

I am sitting in the library, working now. Dale and Devin both say "Hello!"

Greg Dechow said...

I dig the new stuff mucho. Accidents involving 88 year olds are tricky business I would suspect, hope all is well.

Trish Tatman said...

Ahhh, I envy you for finding time for sketchbooks! Everything look so good!

You should be getting a letter in the mail from me, soon. Sent off a few days ago.

Sandra Lucia said...

I always get inspired when I see your work!! Ihearts your kitty!!

aya said...

such gorgeous illustrations. the emma image is full of such soft light, i could stare at it endlessly.

EL Gato Negro said...

looking real good the one with the oversized sweater is absolutely wicked , love it.....

Matt Laskowski said...

Hey Erin, remember me? The old days of AAW, it's fox-orian, or in reality now, Matt.
Dropping by your site because I was on the ringling college's website and just happened to see your work on the Student Artwork page. The name "Erin McGuire" popped up under one of the artworks and I was thinking "that name, isn't that...?"

I'm gonna keep an eye on your site/blog now, your work is certainly interesting, we've all gotten quite a bit better over the past 6 or 7 years.

I just opened up my new site the other week, www.plasticshards.com , so don't feel shy to come over for a visit as well :)

Looking forward to seeing more!

Marcos Mateu said...

Cool illustration work!

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