Staying creative during Covid does take a bit of mental gymnastics at times. Here are the ways in which I keep challenging myself creatively.
For my Outside the Box art Moleskine illustration, I started with drawing a simple box; the zany travels of my brain took over from there.
In my A is for Apple Illustration, my goal was to challenge myself to convey characters, moods and emotions with minimal lines and colors.
There are new products in my shop at Society6 and I hope you'll be excited when you see them. Bonus - they also happen to be on sale!
I invite you to join me for my second Moleskine Sketchbook Tour! The sketches in this sketchbook took me about 6 months to create. Enjoy!
If you're wondering how to grow as an illustrator, this short Youtube video might give you some helpful hints. And Ziggy makes a cameo again!
Getting to spend time on character art development amuses and renews me. I'm delighted to introduce you to some of my new peeps!
My latest video provides an illustrated approach to creative flow + a few tips for how to jump start creative flow away from your art.
My manly art is full of gentle charm and a dose of humor. And even though I find men easier to lampoon, my affection for them runs strong.
I created this series of village people illustrations freehand with ink and watercolor in my Moleskine art sketchbook. Enjoy!