My latest illustration is for women of a certain age. I'm actually happy to be able to lump myself into that age bracket and here's why.
Staying sane in a crazy world is more than a mindset. Self-care requires discipline and energy. Here's an (illustrated) look at how I cope.
For me, the art of staying focused is to stay focused on my art. But I also believe in looking for the positive and celebrating all the little victories.
These days, I'm seeing cartoon faces everywhere! In this Tree Face - Nature's Cartoon post, you might start seeing some funny faces, too.
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...
Barnes and Noble bookstore proved to be a great place for people watching and my field sketching #2 cartooning practice. Take a look at what emerged...
Take a peek at my sketch book. Today's field sketching was done at Whole Foods. If you live on the Upper West Side, you might even see yourself here!
My French Girl cartoon is now available on note cards in my shop at Etsy. You'll get points for your etiquette AND for the tres jolie card!
Creating different cat breed cat sketches is an important first step in my cartooning process. From there the next steps are to simplify and find the funny!
My newest free holiday ecard is inspired by a funny, feisty feline. Thankfully, he consented to pose for this holiday portrait for you all to see...