The anatomy-of-a-sketch involves deciding on a subject, creating a thumbnail sketch, followed sometimes by multiple drawing attempts. (Rinse and repeat daily!)
I'm excited to introduce my new urban illustrations! Each of these illustrations was done on location in pen in my Moleskine sketchbook.
The beauty of cartoon mishaps is being able to identify with and laugh at characters without worrying about hurting their feelings.
Creating a detailed drawing takes more thought, planning, and, yes, pushing through your discomfort zone. But the end result is worth it!
My illustrated adventures with watercolor this week have included experimenting with how and when I apply the shadows. And here's a demo!
Here are 5 ways to recharge your creativity - an easy enough list to do that just requires some "rinse and repeating" for success.
I spend a lot of my time illustrating; but sometimes I switch into my cartoonist at work mode. Here's a sneak peek into my process...
Creating simple perspective for cartoon illustrations is fun. Plus, your characters will be grateful to have an environment to inhabit, too!
Unlearning to draw is harder than it seems. It requires silencing your inner critic and also thinking way out of the (crayon?) box.
In this freehand ink drawing demo, you can watch me creating a portion of the newest illustration in my Moleskine notebook.