Here's a closer look at the June-July 2020 philosophy now cartoon from Joana Miranda Studio as well as a description of the cartoonist's process.
I'm a fan of creating funny chef art. Maybe it's because I love to eat almost as much as I love to illustrate. In any case, here's my latest!
Fittingly, I put the finishing touches of watercolors for my Garden of Eden print sitting at the little table on my own balcony garden...art imitating life!
My latest food doodle art took on a life of it's own thanks to the grumblings in my stomach and a crossed eye. Bon appetit!
Creating art about art was my way of getting some culture during the pandemic without having to leave home. I invite you to visit this gallery at no charge!
My new doodle art prints are a direct result of being forced to stay home and not travel. Who knew mental travel could be so exhilarating and fun?
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.
Creating isometric perspective art was the task. The imaginary world evolved before my eyes almost magically. Then again, I almost went blind creating it!
Experts disagree on a lot regarding this pandemic. So why not take a break from the news and enjoy some funny art for your Saturday?
Taking a drawing course from an artist you admire is pretty nifty. Having hours to devote to it during a pandemic is the icing on the cake!