California-born and raised. Current Texas dweller.
I play music, photograph, paint, and draw.
I specialize in cute things, illustration, painting, quirky doodles.
A colored pencil sketch filled in with Copic marker. I ended up scanning the sketch and turning it into a sticker.
Faber-Castell Pitt Brush pen + watercolor
Pencil sketches filled in with Copic marker and retraced with pen.
Spooky doodle outlined with pink Fabre-Castell Pitt pen and painted in with Koi brush pens, using brush and water to dilute right on the page.
Pencil sketch filled in with Copic marker and lined with Kuretake brush pen.
Illustration painted with watercolors and outlined with pink pen. The borders were achieved with washi tape (low tack and unlikely to tear up your paper.)
He’s an “awt collectah”! Watercolor lined with pink pen.
Watercolor with pink pen. One of my favorite things to do when I draw is just to pile on. It does take longer to complete but I always end up happy that I did it.
Doodle made with pen and colored in with Copic marker.
I wasn’t sure what to draw, so I just doodled what I had done so far.
Just tiger townspeople doing tiger things in town. Three-color marker challenge for myself lined with pink pen.
Color pencil sketch filled in with Copic Marker and highlights with Uniball Signo gel
pen. Drawing of Sailor Jupiter and her famous bento (with a fork because I’m awful :0 ).
Watercolor illustration lined with pink pen. Borders created with washi tape.
All acrylic paint in various forms: heavy body acrylic for the background, Golden fluid acrylic for the black, and Posca acrylic paint pens for everything else. In my mix media sketchbook.
Spooky sketch filled in with Golden Fluid Acrylic paint in Carbon Black. The background and other colors are watercolor.