There are many ways to meditate. Naturally, art as meditation is one of my favorites, but I also turn to doing pet-itations these days, too!
My inhouse editor, Ziggy, offered reassurance and support as I worked on my new Rapunzel cartoon. And here's the step-by-step process...
Today's post is a double-bill feature of my R and S alphabet illustrations! And you'll even get a sneak peek at some of my T art, too!
My newest ink and watercolor Moleskine sketchbook illustration is just desserts (or, happiness illustrated)!
My H is For Heavy (Art?) illustration spread is anything but heavy. In fact, in these whimsical cartoons, I celebrate all that makes us human.
Going back to scribbles is not as easy as it would seem. But if you have the courage to trust the process, you may be pleasantly surprised.
In this very short video, you can join my most adoring fan to get a glimpse of the process behind my late night doodles. Enjoy!
Drawing freehand with ink takes courage. Fortunatley, the affordability of my Noodler's Ahab Fountain Pen takes off some of the pressure.
Creating isometric perspective art was the task. The imaginary world evolved before my eyes almost magically. Then again, I almost went blind creating it!
My illustrated life in quarantine in NYC might have been drawn from my imagination, but most of the elements are, in fact, real!