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#50 TRANSFORMING MY LIFE

Five years ago, I named one of my posts “I Started Out Flakey and Then I Went Nuts. It was because I had illustrated an entire line of cereal boxes and mixed nut labels for Publix Supermarkets. Well, I seriously considered naming this post as Part Two: “I Started Out Flakey and Then I Went “Coco”nuts!” That’s because I am going to share the process of illustrating a Tillamook ice cream bar with a coconut flake coating. Continue reading

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#49 I RAISED THE BAR (AND TOOK A BITE)

Taking a bite out of an ice cream bar might seem simple, but it was a little more complicated than that! Continue reading

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#46 TILLAMOOK WAS ALL IT TOOK

I began my illustration blog in 2010 and it has been four years since my last post in 2011. I thought my art career was pretty much over but Tillamook was all it took to get me back illustrating again. Continue reading

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#14 JUDY’S STUDIO TIPS – PART 2

Experimentation is key. If it is possible to solve something in an area as small as an inch, that solution can be applied to the total painting. Always try new things in order to learn!
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