Freehand illustration is one of the best ways to study the art of imperfection. My latest dip pen and India ink illustrations are charmingly imperfect.
My latest birthday card features a timeless illustration, eco-paper and a blank interior...all great choices for the next longest birthday card exchange.
My children's book illustrations start from a word, concept or idea. From there I create a rough pencil draft but try to refer to it merely as a guide...
Being on the road a lot this summer hasn't cramped my creative style. In fact, I've found lots of inspiration for these cartoon snapshots and sketches!
I'm having a ball using my watercolor sketchbook as a cartoon journal of sorts. Here are a few illustrated highlights from the past few days.
Take a look at the latest cartoon in my watercolor sketchbook. Drawn with a dip pen and India ink, it's an action portrait of three of my favorite subjects.
Sometimes pictures tell a thousand words. In this cartoon short story - scenes from a marriage - the cartoon drawings actually tell a thousand sounds!
Watercolor and cartoons might not seem like likely partners. Yet I'm determined to unlock the magic of cartoon watercolor painting for myself and my fans...
Watch as a sexy woman comes to life in this cartoon portrait illustration drawing video. Who knew cartoons could be so alluring?
This funny short cartoon video features yet another of my cartoon paper dolls - this time playing the saxophone. It's a little nutty, and a whole lotta fun!