What do you do when you miss seeing your favorite dancers at New York City Ballet? Well, if you're me, you create your own ballerina wall art print!
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?
Leaning how to draw cartoons free-hand takes practice, patience and reams of paper. Fortunately, you can use and reuse your scrap paper many times!
My sketchbook inspiration for lock down days comes from the folks I see passing by. But there are many other things you can consider sketching as well!
My latest found object drawing video features a tuning fork. Wearing two hats as an illustrator AND musician means I work to find harmony in all the lines!
Bringing my cartoon characters to life via stop motion animation is just another logical step in their creation. You can see my latest animation here...
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.
This funny dino art was inspired by one of the Inktober 2019 prompts. I might have also hit on the REAL reason why dinosaurs became extinct...
Inktober 2019 has been the perfect excuse to challenge myself to create freehand drawings in ink. I'm videoing the process for all to see, too!