Favorite Shoes

Do you have a favorite pair of shoes?

I had fun creating these shoes, inspired by Andy Warhol’s shoe art; you can see other shoe art I did here: The Power Of A Shoe…




I started by drawing shoes from the internet, making a simple stencil.  Next, I used the shoe stencil as my pattern on my hand-painted papers.


I experimented with hand lettering from an online class I’m taking from Andrea Joseph at Sketchbook Skool.

Lastly, I used the one of the shoe stencils to create this doodle and quote from Marilyn Monroe:


I hope you have happy feet today…

Cheers! 🙂

21 responses to “Favorite Shoes

  1. Your shoes are fabulous Jill – the second one is my favourite….

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  2. Love your shoes, Jill! 😀
    ❤️❤️ 👠

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  3. Fun! And I have to say I like my Ugh boots. 🙂

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  4. What a happy post, I love all of the shoes, patterns, and creative lettering. And, channeling Andy Warhol is always a good thing. Happy Feet!

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  5. Everybody would have happy feet wearing your pretty shoes. These days it’s heavy winter boots where I live. Flip flop season is around the corner. 👍😊⛵🌴

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  6. These are sooo fun!

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  7. This is over the top cute Jill!! ….exactly how many online art classes are you taking right now?? 😂

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    • So happy you like them, Jenna! 😃 Well, that is hard to say… I’ve kind of lost track! I so love to learn new things and try new art techniques. I guess I’m a bit addicted to online art classes! Lol! 😂👠🎨💕


  8. Love all of these cute shoes–especially the red and pink shoe. Very cute series!

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