These days I'm using sketchbook scribbles to further my illustration technique - namely, to loosen it up more! Here's my latest...
My Sunday funnies feature my freehand drawn cartoon illustrations paired with witty light verse of my own creation. Enjoy!
My rainy day illustrations are part fantasy, part autobiographical. While I might not be dancing in the rain, I did do some retail therapy!
I've been relying on my draw me a poem process for my most recent sketchbook illustrations. The process is revolutionary and here's why.
My Food Art: Dinner is Served cartoon could be subtitled A Day In Our Kitchen. Here's hoping my husband doesn't poison me after he sees it!
My inhouse editor, Ziggy, offered reassurance and support as I worked on my new Rapunzel cartoon. And here's the step-by-step process...
I experimented with a new, more earthy color palette for my G is for Grater and Other Art Moleskine illustration, and here's why.
Staying creative during Covid does take a bit of mental gymnastics at times. Here are the ways in which I keep challenging myself creatively.
In this real time drawing video, a lazy candlestick emerges from my pen (and imagination.) Only a few brain cells were burned in the process!
Here are 5 ways to recharge your creativity - an easy enough list to do that just requires some "rinse and repeating" for success.