My rainy day illustrations are part fantasy, part autobiographical. While I might not be dancing in the rain, I did do some retail therapy!
The latest illustration from my Moleskine sketchbook was a riff on a theme. Or, more precisely, I used my lines to play around with the A-Line!
Here are my 5 tips for how to overcome creative block, along with a bonus video that might aid you in seeing from a new perspective.
Creating happy illustration art is not only my way of trying to give something positive to the world; it also lifts me up in the process, too.
The little helpers in my sewing room wall art are full of life and a little mischief, too! The print version is now available in my shop at Etsy.
Monkey mind? Maybe, but this sweet rainy day illustration is also full of uplifting cheer and humor. And it's now available in my shop at Etsy!
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?
Rest and creativity go hand in hand for us artist types. Finding the balance isn't always easy, but when you do, you'll be hooked!
Since we aren't allowed to have pets in our apartment, I have to resort to creating my own funny cat art. Here's a peek in my sketchbook...
How to survive a pandemic? Limit your news consumption and dress for your job at home! Here's how I'm changing up my own routine.