Recently, I've been creating dogs days of winter art to expand my animal art repertoire. It's a great way to pass more pandemic hours, too!
I used my newly repaired vintage fountain pen to draw my D is for Drummer (+ Other Illustrations) spread in my Moleskine art sketchbook.
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 very short video, you can join my most adoring fan to get a glimpse of the process behind my late night doodles. Enjoy!
In case you've been wondering, my Body Types - An Illustrated Guide might just answer your most pressing style questions.
Getting to spend time on character art development amuses and renews me. I'm delighted to introduce you to some of my new peeps!
In my case, a Day in the Life of an Artist entails lots of juggling, the wearing of several artistic hats, and a great dose of patience!
My latest video provides an illustrated approach to creative flow + a few tips for how to jump start creative flow away from your art.
I created this series of village people illustrations freehand with ink and watercolor in my Moleskine art sketchbook. Enjoy!
Drawing freehand with ink takes courage. Fortunatley, the affordability of my Noodler's Ahab Fountain Pen takes off some of the pressure.