Self portrait by Kelsey Hamersley. Oil. July 2011.

Self portrait by Kelsey Hamersley. Oil. July 2011.

This was a school project. I had to choose a scene from a movie to use as a composition (the more dramatic, the better), which I then turned into a pencil sketch and finally an ink drawing. I colored it in Photoshop.

This was a school project. I had to choose a scene from a movie to use as a composition (the more dramatic, the better), which I then turned into a pencil sketch and finally an ink drawing. I colored it in Photoshop.

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By Kelsey Hamersley. March 2014. Pen & ink.

By Kelsey Hamersley. March 2014. Pen & ink.

By Kelsey Hamersley. February 2014. Brown and white colored pencil on pastel paper.
Rethinking the composition for the forest scene from East of the Sun and West of the Moon, which I’ve drawn before (here).

By Kelsey Hamersley. February 2014. Brown and white colored pencil on pastel paper.

Rethinking the composition for the forest scene from East of the Sun and West of the Moon, which I’ve drawn before (here).

By Kelsey Hamersley. Pen & ink and watercolor. Summer 2013.

By Kelsey Hamersley. Pen & ink and watercolor. Summer 2013.

Fairy Girl by Kelsey Hamersley. Pen & ink. July 2013.

Fairy Girl by Kelsey Hamersley. Pen & ink. July 2013.

Beauty and the Beast doodle by Kelsey Hamersley. January 2014.
I’m taking printmaking this semester and was trying to come up with some ideas for projects…this is what happened. :) I love making Beauty and the Beast all frou-frou, but I also love the scenes that have more of an edge to them, such as this one.
More Beauty and the Beast imagery? Well, of course I have a pinboard!

Beauty and the Beast doodle by Kelsey Hamersley. January 2014.

I’m taking printmaking this semester and was trying to come up with some ideas for projects…this is what happened. :) I love making Beauty and the Beast all frou-frou, but I also love the scenes that have more of an edge to them, such as this one.

More Beauty and the Beast imagery? Well, of course I have a pinboard!

Cottage doodle by Kelsey Hamersley. July 2013. Pen & ink and watercolor.

Cottage doodle by Kelsey Hamersley. July 2013. Pen & ink and watercolor.

Little doodle from 2012/2013

Little doodle from 2012/2013

Little tribute to Howl’s Moving Castle, by Kelsey Hamersley. January 2014. I love this scene, both in the book and the movie.
I upped the contrast quite a bit on the computer; my Sharpie wasn’t nearly that black.

Little tribute to Howl’s Moving Castle, by Kelsey Hamersley. January 2014. I love this scene, both in the book and the movie.

I upped the contrast quite a bit on the computer; my Sharpie wasn’t nearly that black.