Here are my field-tested tips for how to overcome blank page anxiety. Plus, I've included a shading and coloring demo video for you to enjoy!
Creating a detailed drawing takes more thought, planning, and, yes, pushing through your discomfort zone. But the end result is worth it!
You can see some of my food art in a cookbook now! Even better, purchasing the book will support NYC musicians hard hit by the pandemic.
My inhouse editor, Ziggy, offered reassurance and support as I worked on my new Rapunzel cartoon. And here's the step-by-step process...
My U and V alphabet illustrations are full of whimsy, humor and color. As a bonus, you can watch me coloring my triangle-inspired art, too!
My T is for Tea and Other Illustrations is full of surprises. And any budding fashionista will enjoy my Clothes for Any Weather illustration.
This series of freehand drawn cylinder inspired illustrations is the latest to emerge from my Moleskine Art Sketchbook. Enjoy!
Today's post is a double-bill feature of my R and S alphabet illustrations! And you'll even get a sneak peek at some of my T art, too!
My Happy Hour Art print is now available in my shop at Etsy. It will look darling hanging over your bar or in your kitchen. Cheers!
My Q alphabet illustrations cover the gamut from Quay to Queen. They weren't done with Quink ink, but they were drawn freehand!