Sunday, April 24, 2011

Housing Project 108-114, and the giveaway continues!

365 houses in 365 days















#108- Waffle house (brought to mind by Biddy's suggestion of "sunny side down house", which makes me think of a sad diner.)
I was inspired by my talented friend Derrick Dent to try messing around with gouache again.






















#109- Orange peel house (suggested by Two Sheds)






















#110- Opossum house (more gouache)






















#111- Faux woodblock print house. Randomly happened across this little demo and thought I'd try it out.

















#112- Ice house (suggested by Digital Misfit)
















#113- Lonely houseboat





















#114- Fruit house.
Because nothing says "Easter" like a cantaloupe infested by chenille chickens.


Giveaway!
To celebrate making it to house #100, I'm giving away this mounted print!





















All you have to do to enter is leave a comment on this blog, flickr set, or Facebook fan page saying you want to enter. Also, to make it extra fun, give me a housing assignment! Name a thing/things/concept/theme you want to see me try to make a house out of. For example, this was the result of someone suggesting I try to make a house using a box, popsicle stick, and shoestring. The contest will be open for three weeks, on May 1st I'll randomly select a winner. Have fun!

Thanks to everyone who has entered and left suggestions so far!
:D

5 comments:

Jim Duong said...

Chiffon Dragon.

Derrick Dent said...

Michelle, you're a beast, RAWR! Thanks for the link love- Your house project is actually what inspired me to do the daily gouache project. Here's to a productive year! :)

michelle said...

Jimmy D- Lol! I remember that. If I happen upon some chiffon I will totally make a house for it.

Derrick- Yay for making things! Cheers to you too :D

ElfRenee said...

I love your blog and your Etsy shop! And your house project is such a great idea!

michelle said...

ElfRenee- Thanks! I'm always glad to hear that other people find the houses to be as interesting as I do :)