Sunday, February 24, 2013

Meeting Ava

Here's a sneak peek at what I've been (and still am) working on in my blogging absence. 

I Really Love You, Ava 
Written by Amberly Kristen Clowe
Illustrated by Kelsey C. Roy
Willow Moon Publishing

To see the illustrations in color, be sure to get your own copy of 
this very sweet, little book with a wonderful message and a lot of heart.

Keep checking in for more information and updates!

Sunday, February 10, 2013

Thursday, February 7, 2013

Milk Rings

Introducing my new comic strip, Milk Rings!
It's like YouTube cat videos but in comic form.
Even dog people can get on board with that.

I will be publishing them solely on my Facebook page, 
so make sure you go "like" Kelsey C Roy Illustrations
and have all your friends, neighbors and bizarre, sort of embarrassing
family members do the same. They'll like hearing from you.

As always, thanks for your support!

There may be opportunities for your pet
to make an appearance in Milk Rings!
Keep following on Facebook for more info!

Clever Title

Check out this cute little video teaser for The Banana Police
created by author Katy Koontz!

And make sure to LIKE The Banana Police on Facebook for up to date
information and deals!

Friday, February 1, 2013

Look, A Dog.

I drew a dog.

100 Gallons of Brick on the Wall

 Hello! In my absence, I've been busy painting bricks (among other things) at the theatre.
So, here is my second "a day in the office" post.

Working on walls for "A Raisin In The Sun"

Finished product. Looks kinda cool, right?

And now for some "RED"!
It's amazing how much matching and mixing colors looks and feels like cooking.

For those who don't know, the show "RED" is about the artist Rothko.
It's opening this weekend at the Clarence Brown Theatre.

My boss said I could do one of the Rothko paintings that will be on stage
during the show! This was the first canvas I've stretched in years. 
I've still got it! *victorious fist pump* 

An in-progress shot that looks really strange due to a funky glare on the wet paint.

A still from the show that I borrowed from the theatre's Facebook page.
I did some work on those nice, grimy windows as well as the columns. 
Good thing I'm not scared of ladders...