I live in the Portland, Oregon metro area. I have a day job but it's not as fun as drinking and drawing.
I specialize in chalk, doodling, drawing, handlettering.
Try it: Take a sharpie, give yourself five-minutes on the clock and see what doodle you come up with.
Jolie good! :D
I intended to do quick little spot illustrations for Inktober this year, but nooooooo! Now Jimmy is drowning in digital ink and lots of doodle details. This was way too much fun to go simple. I also included the original sketch this time.
A botanical explosion to celebrate Mother Nature in all her floral glory! Drawn in pen and ink and really therapeutic to do!
I've started a new mixed media sketchbook. Which is often times unexplainably daunting. To get over it I just dive in with lots of color. Then the fun begins.
I created my studio with doodles. This is now the set for aTV series for kids that I host.
Markers over two pages of A5 sketchbook.
doodle on comic magazine cover. year of magazine was 2002.
This was for a Kinokuniya tote bag contest but it was inspired by a whole host of things. I have included some of my favorite book characters in the doodle as well as some folklores from Japan and China. Can you recognize them and the book characters?
So many steps!
Couldn't fit the fish on one page
This art is linked to my previous work. The protogonist has entered the other side of the world. A weird place but it seems familiar as this world is nothing but his consciousness and diary is just a portal which let him in here
12” x 16 “ acrylic
Pen and ink...card stock
Technical pen with some splatter. Card stock.
8.5x11 card stock.
8.5 X 11 cardstock