The power of the doodle is that it allows us artists to get back in touch with our innate and childlike creativity.
Thanks to a drawing course on Domestika, I've been taking a looser approach to the new art and illustrations I've created of late.
The beauty of cartoon mishaps is being able to identify with and laugh at characters without worrying about hurting their feelings.
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 rainy day illustrations are part fantasy, part autobiographical. While I might not be dancing in the rain, I did do some retail therapy!
Love illustrated in our house is an armful of kittens (or, more precisely, TWO Toybobs!) Ollie was the missing piece and we're now complete.
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 new spring note card is perfect for cat and flower lovers alike. And here's a behind-the-scenes look at how I created it!
C is for Cat and Other Illustrations features freehand drawn ink and watercolor illustrations done in my Moleskine art sketchbook.
In my A is for Apple Illustration, my goal was to challenge myself to convey characters, moods and emotions with minimal lines and colors.