It's almost here!
I have spent all my time on this since December, researching, prepping, filming, editing, changing my mind, making sure it was different from the first class, that I would push you to explore watercolour further and I am really proud to announce that it will be going live in June, I will be confirming the precise date in the next 2 weeks just have to make some technical calculations ;).
You can read and hear the details about the class here
You all know that social media algorithm is limiting views on small businesses and page post so the best way you could help me spread the words about this class is to share it on you on wall and profiles. Taking about it and linking my site is also a great way to help me making sure that people will know about it. Keeping that in mind here is what you need to do to participate in the giveaway. (each share will give you an entry but to count the post need to be public)
You can share on
• Pinterest (you can use the pin button on the main image)
Remember post must be public to count (I will check!)
Than come back here and let me know what you did. :) that's it
Contest close Friday May 10th 2019 midnight eastern time
Winner will be announced on my facebook page on a live post Saturday morning :)
I’ve been in love with doll since I was a kid but the thing is, that love never have anything to do with playing with them it was always about creating them. While my friends were about play pretend as was building furniture out of cardboard box and sewing them complete wardrobe. I spent more time creating them the perfect house than anything else. Being poor was a great fuel to my creativity,
While other kid had the perfect plastic set, I was happier with my made up bed and top notch fashion line clothing made out of old clothes. I remember once I made a complete rock band on stage with guitar and drums out of toilet paper roll and a stack of pastel colored paper a teacher gave me…
Anyhow, that love of creating dolls and characters as never left me and when I saw Lee-Ann paper doll post the first time, I knew they were the perfect fit for Kabostudio. I would recognized Lee-Anne portrait anywhere, her faces have that timeless feel that I love so much and she transformed her portrait into the most exquisite paper dolls with great humour and you can’t help but smile when you look at them.
I’m really proud to announce that Lee-Anne has accepted the invitation to teach how she create her paper doll, the infinite possibilities to display them and how to create your own character and accessories.
Complete details and pre-registration about the class will come soon
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Lee-Anne and I can't wait to share this class with you!
See you soon!
Mixed media artist, doll maker and online teacher always looking for new ways to explore my imaginary world filled with pop culture, animals and timeless characters.
kabostudio is getting a new look
Some function may get temporary unavailable or look weird as I'm working on getting the site up-to-date to reflect where I'm at with my creativity. Don't worry all your classes content is still there.