All the bootiful art for meeeeJust gonna feature all the art people have made for me because I love you all and that shet's just flooping wonderful.All the bootiful art for meeee by MeowImaCow
Standing Out by CrystalSugarStars
[COMM] Kew by FlynnPaff dis be my lovely icon owo
Nevaeh by MeowImaCow. Done for Secret Santa 2012 by Hannah2070
AT:: Aradyss by HunaChima
Femboy- Ace- Art Trade by kanamewolf123
Gift - MeowImaCow by magicpotion
Sherbert Colored by Megane--SamaMeowImaCow is a Reindeer by Megane--SamaArt Trade with MeowImaCow by Megane--Sama
Charm And Kew by ManCharm
Neveah icon by ThatOnePers0n
Meow I'm A Cow by PanickyPinky
Art trade for Meowimacow by PFG19
Octobre 1970Everybody knew what was going on, everybody had seen the news, the FLQ terrorists blowing up mailboxes, and governmental offices. The abduction of the minister, the armies in the streets, the activists, the extremists, the MURDER.... Quebecs loyalist and seperatist parties were tearing the province apart. Everybody had heard about it from a source or another. But not from Quebec himself...No one had seen Jean Tremblay in over a month now.... Oliver didn't want to admit that he was starting to worry about that damn Frenchie. It was disconcerting, the military presence during peace time. Ottawa seemed really on edge because of it lately, but who could blame him? Oliver glanced out his window grabbed his coat as he did. It has been over a month, and it was unlike even Jean to not say anything to anyone. Oliver walked out of his house and headed down the street to his car, glancing away as he noticed a few military troops congregated down the street near one of the government offices. ThisOctobre 1970 by Clolymy
Ah now, the third panel, or the one on the far right. Now. This is a very stylized vision of the Kaaba in Mecca. The dark box in the middle is the Kaaba itself. It is dark and has gold banding/writing wrapping around the top. It came out as yellow, as I’ve never tried to work with any of the metallic paints before and didn’t want to experiment on this. Swirling around the Kaaba, bound by the dark red line, is the flow of people. They circle around it. From high in the air and with time-lapse photographs, they look like bright blurs or lines. The sun is high in the sky in the right hand side. This is actually mostly to off-set the moon from the first panel, not just for the sake of the sun being in the sky. Otherwise, it would have been placed so more of it could be seen. There are fluffy white clouds in the sky. They are laid over the blue background, so they have that faint blue tone to them at so many clouds seem to have. This is mostly from my own memories from childhood, not of anything I’ve seen, as I’ve never gotten to go to Mecca. I just like to think that this is how it would look when or if I got to go there. It is much brigher than the other two panels, which I hope is how my future plays out. This is mostly made with color, shape, and line. Shape obviously in the Kaaba itself, but also in the clouds and sun. Line was emphasized as the Kaaba is made of lines. Lines of people, lines from the buildings themselves, lots of lines. I used acrylic paint for this panel. I like how the acrylic paint looks, which should be obvious by this point. I like how it came out well enough.
This is the middle panel. It is a stylized portrait of me. It is off center, as I often feel off-center and unbalanced. The only thing visible of me is my eyes. I am wearing a dark (not black) head scarf with a grey niqab or face veil. I am wearing very dark grey abaya or dress, though since it cuts off at the shoulders, which is slightly hard to tell. In the middle of my chest is a circle cut out that holds a small image of a grey kitten with pink nose and ears. This is my sister’s cat, an old cat of ours. The cat is there in her place, as I thought it a better symbol, and clearer. We both love cats and I love my sister, so I thought to combine the two together. This panel is in shades of black and white with a small amount of red thrown in to make the pinks. I choose to emphasize value shades in this panel mostly because I am fairly depressed (diagnosed as such) and the world is very dark. But that’s why I’m pink and the kitten as pink, because not everything must be that dark! I am working on overcoming my depression, which is why the space above my head is white, for hope. Maybe one day it will be white in real life, and not like I have storm clouds over me. I used acrylic paint and pencils on this panel. Pencil was used for the kitten’s face; acrylic paint was used on the rest. And the white space is not painted, it is straight illustration board. I have always liked paint and pencils, so I choose this for the middle panel. This mostly emphasized shape and line. I like how you can make a person using only a few lines and some shape, and still have it be immediately recognizable as such, so I wanted this panel to show that. I think it works well, as plain as it is.
The first panel, or to say, the one on the far left is a nature scene. It is set at night, hence why it is so dark. In the upper left hand corner is the moon, made from black construction paper. I liked the contrast of it being black instead of white, and I liked how the opposition piece came out with the construction paper, so I combined the two. Along the lower edge is a river. I have lived near water my entire life, to the point where it is almost always in my dreams, even. I like green hills, so. They are meant to look similar to the land in Montana, but well, Montana is very hard to capture when you have no good pictures of where you want to be. The path, which is a tinted yellow, goes back into the hills. It is meant to be going to a home, but of course, it is hidden by the hills, all safe and sound. The tree is…meant to be a Weeping Willow tree. We had one on our front lawn in (hometown), and if I ever get the chance, I rather want to have another tree just the same. They are very pretty, and remind me quite strongly of my childhood. The sky is dark blue, for night. I always liked looking at stars, took astronomy classes and all. There are stars in the sky, white ones, but it’s not of any particular night sky arraignment. I primarily choose to emphasize color, as the memories from childhood have a lot of color to them. Secondary would be shape, as well. I used acrylic paints and construction paper for this panel. I like how vibrant the colors are with acrylics, and the construction paper sets it off nicely. I do believe it was successful with what I wanted to do, yes.