Here are 5 ways to recharge your creativity - an easy enough list to do that just requires some "rinse and repeating" for success.
I spend a lot of my time illustrating; but sometimes I switch into my cartoonist at work mode. Here's a sneak peek into my process...
Sticking with limited color palettes doesn't have to be boring. Furthermore, limited colors can tie together and simplify a busy illustration.
My freehand drawn art is a form of meditation - a chance to practice being in the moment and setting aside my inner critic. Here's the result:
Curious how I go about creating my whimsical art? This series of photographs shows the step-by-step process for my funny housewarming card.
Creating simple perspective for cartoon illustrations is fun. Plus, your characters will be grateful to have an environment to inhabit, too!
My Bird Brain and Other Doodles from this Moleskine notebook spread represent a refining and simplification of my illustration technique.
Creating funny character art is a mental process. Keeping a sense of humility, empathy and humor is all part of the exercise, too!
Unlearning to draw is harder than it seems. It requires silencing your inner critic and also thinking way out of the (crayon?) box.
The message in my pandemic greeting card can be tailored to suit your needs. Here's hoping you're all wearing your masks and keeping cheerful!