Taking inspiration from nature for your fall art projects is a no-brainer. This short video shows how I go about my drawing process.
These days, I'm seeing cartoon faces everywhere! In this Tree Face - Nature's Cartoon post, you might start seeing some funny faces, too.
A look behind the scenes behind my cartoon life; or, how we freelance musician and artist types survive adversity and overcome challenges.
For a cartoon artist, there's nothing like a bit of leisure travel to spark new creativity and some more funny drawings. Here's a collection of my latest travel-inspired drawings.
I'm feeling thankful for spring and being surrounded by beauty, flowers, soft breezes and the delicious fragrance of things in bloom.
Hilma af Klimt probably would have enjoyed a visit to the Guggenheim museum - not the least because she envisioned her work exhibited in a spiral temple!
There's nothing quite like the vividly alive, pink perfection of a spring ranunculus bloom. The supreme triumph is not one blossom, but a planting of many!
Spring fills me each year with surprise, delight and joy (and, as you can see, I never tire of taking photographs of the flowering trees and blooms either!)
My mom's Siamese cat is beyond cute. He's not only made me a better person, but he inspires my cartoons, too! These Siamese cat pics tell the tale...
"Every spring is the only spring, a perpetual astonishment."