Not a doodler. Full-time writer. Big fan of visual arts and the creative community.
I specialize in rambling, runon sentences, short stories.
Another version of lantern illustration.
I wanted to redraw the last illustration. But I changed the concept while drawing. It's a beauty of creativity - it can surprise.
The most important thing here is that I feel so happy when I draw illustrations in this style
A DISPUTE IN SIGN LANGUAGE.
From Favorite Folktales from Around the World by Jane Yolen.
And this is what the poultry dealer related: “The priest pointed with one finger to my eyes, meaning to take out my eye. I pointed with two fingers to imply, I would take out both his eyes."
At the same time the priest’s friends questioned him: “What did you ask the Jew? What did he reply?” The priest related: “At first I pointed one finger, meaning that there is only one king. He pointed with two fingers, meaning that there are two kings, the King in Heaven and the king on earth."
Drawing Prompt Submission
made with gel ink pen for a future art book about mediterranean way of life
From our little part of the world to yours, warmest winter wishes! This piece was created 'Just For Fun' with Colored Pencils. It was so relaxing and enjoyable to doodle one house each evening!
Oodles of doodles of my penguin pals…
Page from my sketchbook 2023; gouache and white gel pen
An illustration of a Canada Jay. Canada Jays are also known as Grey Jays or Whiskey Jacks.
A portrait of a pair of characters from my Victoriana tabletop game. An unlikely couple that drum up support for everyone odd and forgotten by the oppressive society they live in. As a red haired Eldren, she is considered cursed and likely to commit dark magics and as a Ratman William finds the residents of London look upon him with derision.
Burgers and fries themed doodle inspired by this burger-shaped cushion while hanging out at my brother's apartment.
Pencil work from a sketchbook.