These last few weeks there’s been another artist in the studio. As I draw at the wall she’s been curled up with her laptop, headphones on, drinking iced chai, clicking away. What started as a learned skill for a gift turned into a booming side-hustle for the musical theatre actor, who, like so many others, has no theatre.
For $10-$30 you can have a custom piece of graphic art, just email a photo to firstname.lastname@example.org, specify your amount of detail, and she will send you an image you can use for a gift, your business, your social media, or your wall. And if that’s not cool enough, 10% of the profits are donated to a different charity each week.
You can follow her art on Instagram @doodlingwithdyl and her musical theatre adventures (currently a virtual party princess) @dylanrkerr.
7 thoughts on “Doodling with Dyl”
Hi! Dylan! These “Doodles” are wonderful! Keep up the great work! Love you! Grammy
What a terrific idea….!!! I will be thinking about what I would like!
Hi Amy! Yet again I’m drawn to something you’re doing and the timing is perfect!! My Niece just got engaged July 23rd and I’d love to have Dylan create something wonderful from the picture I’ll send . I don’t know anything about details to ask her for but I trust your artistic eye to help with that. Interesting fact to pass on to Dylan is my Niece , Caitlin McGee is also and actor, lives in LA and has been quite successful. She starred in “Bluff City Law” with Jimmy Smits last season on NBC and ” Modern Love” with Dev Patel on Amazon Prime to name a few. Currently she is signed with ABC to star in a new show called “Home Economics” when they figure out how to film safely. Google her if you’re at all interested and I look forward to what you come up with!! Many thanks in advance, Karen Picture will follow as I can’t figure out how to attach it to this email. Yes, I am old 😆
On Wed, Aug 12, 2020, 10:53 AM Amy Kerr Draws Portraits wrote:
> amykerrdrawsportraits posted: “These last few weeks there’s been another > artist in the studio. As I draw at the wall she’s been curled up with her > laptop, headphones on, drinking iced chai, clicking away. What started as a > learned skill for a gift turned into a booming side-hustle for ” >
So nice of you to hit her up, she will appreciate it! Glad Caitlin is finding so much work, so exciting! Just email the photo to email@example.com and she will look after you.
Those are beautiful and clever. I hope art is in her college program.
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Plenty of it there! Most of her art is for her performing friends, so lots of cross pollination.