I am currently not accepting contracts at the current moment. If I’ve talked to you or already have a current contract, then you’re good to go. I am going to spend some time focusing on my physical and mental health. Thank you for understanding and talk to you soon, Lucy Loo
June is Scoliosis Awareness Month. Learn from Theodore the Thoracic Vertebrae to learn more about Scoliosis.
Hey everyone! I am completely moved in, the essentials of my studio is set up, and now it’s time to get to work! So some new things. I am accepting new contracts! Let’s start with a bang! Then, I will be updating the website soon and everyone will be able to buy prints on myContinue reading “I’m back!”
Hello everyone, hope you’re all well. I’m sorry to say, but all current contracts are on hold and I will be accepting new contracts but won’t be able to start them for about 2 months. I’m in the middle or renovating and moving to my new house with my partner and still working full timeContinue reading “Contracts on Hold”
New ad I just finished for CHIROsport & spine . There is a poster, Ad banner, and social media post format. I used a photo of someone wearing the mask and made the rest to our banded, comic book style.
Check out this awesome illustrative book cover. This is a large watercolor and ink painting done for Flashes & Specks, by Diane R. Wiener.Pre-Order this amazing book here ==> https://www.finishinglinepress.com/product/flashes-specks-by-diane-r-wiener/ The amazing Diane R. Weiner (author) and book cover above.
I recently started a new anti depressant and it felt very strange the first few weeks. So I drew an illustration to describe how I felt to my therapist because I didn’t know how to in words. But I’m gonna finis this one day.
Sneak preview of posterior side of a spine I’m doing for CHIROSport & Spine, LLC . So far it’s just line art.
The second out of three paintings are now complete for local business in Vestal, New York; Southern Their Hearing Services. This one features abstract colors of the Boney Labyrinth and the cochlea of the ear. This is an 11″x14″ painting framed at 16″x20.”
A few months ago, I revamped the new patient handouts into a comic book! To increase interaction with our information and also because it’s cool. I want to go to the doctors and get a comic book, who wouldn’t?