Virginia polymer clay artist Ann Lukas has been described as a three dimensional cartoonist. For fifteen years she has created humorous custom logos, character and spot illustrations for use in publishing and advertising.

You’ll find Ann’s work on the sites of several artist representatives. Look here for a few more of her illustrations. Thanks to Susan Rose for passing the link along.

Be sure to catch Maggie Maggio’s new color scales video tutorial on her Smashing Color site. It’s a terrific way to learn color mixing.

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  • reply Maggie Maggio ,

    Thanks once again for pointing the way to my site. I’m going to start calling you the great connector. Maggie

    • reply Ivana ,

      How sweet and professional they are ..! Thanks for the link!

      • reply anna ,

        contattami al piu’ presto voglio ordinare degli stampi e non so come fare saluti italia.

        • reply Cindy F ,

          Everytime I come here I learn something or see something that perks my creativity. Thank you for that! Of course, I should learn to check this site during the evening as once I see something I simply HAVE TO try it and there goes the rest of my day lol

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