Taking inspiration from nature for your fall art projects is a no-brainer. This short video shows how I go about my drawing process.
Here are my 5 tips for how to overcome creative block, along with a bonus video that might aid you in seeing from a new perspective.
Creating happy illustration art is not only my way of trying to give something positive to the world; it also lifts me up in the process, too.
Like anything else, learning how to be resilient requires practice. A sense of humor and willingness to get creative goes a long way, too!
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.
Free-hand drawing is my way of being in the moment. The resulting illustrations usually have more life, humor and whimsy, too. Here's a demo of my process.
Sometimes you've gotta unplug to tune in. My new mindfulness illustration makes that point with humor and a dose of whimsy. Available at Society6 and Etsy!
Powerful but simple life advice in two words (and three cartoons). After all, embracing our fate does take love and a good dose of humor!