Transforming doodles into art Mattias Adolfsson style! Here's what I learned from his course and how I plan to move forward with my next sketchbook.
Free-hand drawing at the cafe would be fun. But since we're all in lockdown mode, I've resorted to drawing and experiencing a virtual cafe instead.
Like anything else, learning how to be resilient requires practice. A sense of humor and willingness to get creative goes a long way, too!
Since we aren't allowed to have pets in our apartment, I have to resort to creating my own funny cat art. Here's a peek in my sketchbook...
How to survive a pandemic? Limit your news consumption and dress for your job at home! Here's how I'm changing up my own routine.
Cartooning with watercolor pencils is easy. Making videos that clearly depict the process is another matter. As you can see, I'm still a little green...
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.
Take a look at my new Inktober drawing videos which, since I'm away from home, were done with an improvised drawing table and cell phone holder.
Here are two more cartoon drawing videos showcasing the wonderful line variety I can achieve using my Sailor Fude Nib Fountain Pen. Enjoy!