Sticking with limited color palettes doesn't have to be boring. Furthermore, limited colors can tie together and simplify a busy illustration.
Curious how I go about creating my whimsical art? This series of photographs shows the step-by-step process for my funny housewarming card.
My Bird Brain and Other Doodles from this Moleskine notebook spread represent a refining and simplification of my illustration technique.
These doodles from my sketchbook are part self portraits and part exercises in unlearning to draw. Needless to say, simplifying is key.
The message in my pandemic greeting card can be tailored to suit your needs. Here's hoping you're all wearing your masks and keeping cheerful!
In this freehand ink drawing demo, you can watch me creating a portion of the newest illustration in my Moleskine notebook.
I didn't plan to create circus animal art when I started doodling in my Moleskine art sketchbook yesterday, but a happy menagerie emerged!
The little helpers in my sewing room wall art are full of life and a little mischief, too! The print version is now available in my shop at Etsy.
Pour yourself a glass and pull up a chair! The little characters in my Bon Appetit pizza art are ready to serve up your food with a sprinkling of humor.
Monkey mind? Maybe, but this sweet rainy day illustration is also full of uplifting cheer and humor. And it's now available in my shop at Etsy!