How to survive a pandemic? Limit your news consumption and dress for your job at home! Here's how I'm changing up my own routine.
Why not reach across the socially distant divide and send one of my humorous ecards? This cabin fever ecard will resonate with more than just cat lovers.
My sketchbook inspiration for lock down days comes from the folks I see passing by. But there are many other things you can consider sketching as well!
The art of social distancing for me means not only staying inside but also adapting to study, imagine and depict social interactions in my art.
Staying sane in a crazy world is more than a mindset. Self-care requires discipline and energy. Here's an (illustrated) look at how I cope.
For me, the art of staying focused is to stay focused on my art. But I also believe in looking for the positive and celebrating all the little victories.
These days, I'm seeing cartoon faces everywhere! In this Tree Face - Nature's Cartoon post, you might start seeing some funny faces, too.
My latest found object drawing video features a tuning fork. Wearing two hats as an illustrator AND musician means I work to find harmony in all the lines!
I may have gone with a traditional cat/mouse theme for my SCBWI|Draw This illustration challenge submission; however, the sentiment is far from catty!
Bringing my cartoon characters to life via stop motion animation is just another logical step in their creation. You can see my latest animation here...