My rainy day illustrations are part fantasy, part autobiographical. While I might not be dancing in the rain, I did do some retail therapy!
I've been relying on my draw me a poem process for my most recent sketchbook illustrations. The process is revolutionary and here's why.
I've turned my attention recently to creating art well versed - or, more simply said - light verse paired with my witty illustrations.
My Food Art: Dinner is Served cartoon could be subtitled A Day In Our Kitchen. Here's hoping my husband doesn't poison me after he sees it!
Love illustrated in our house is an armful of kittens (or, more precisely, TWO Toybobs!) Ollie was the missing piece and we're now complete.
There are two new drawing videos up on my channel at YouTube. I post drawing videos two times per week, so I hope you'll consider subscribing!
After a weekend away, here's me back at it - humorous illustrations and all! Because travel and new experiences work wonders for generating new ideas.
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.