A nerdy bookworm struggling to fight off depression by creating art - it really is what keeps me alive. She/her.
I specialize in crayon, drawing, illustration, needle felt.
Crayola crayon portrait of my nephew, Kaleb.
A friend asked me to draw a few of his gorgeous betta fish. This “black Nemo” made me think of nebula and star dust - so epic! Crayola crayon.
Meet Lorisnail, my original character for a children’s book. It is a lonely and thoughtful creature that looks like a loris (a small primate that lives in Southeast Asia) and a snail. Needle felted wool on pipe cleaner with paper mache shell.
Crayola crayons birthday drawing for my beloved.
A friend asked me to draw a few of his gorgeous betta fish. This red spicy one made me think of stormy weather and thistles. Crayola crayon.
I’ve been practicing digital art lately. This was made in the Adobe Draw app on my iPad. I wanted this drawing to be a celebration and kind of sweet renewal after everything we’ve been through.
Crayola crayons of a betta fish! I love drawing these beauties.
Needle felted baby tapir. Love those spots and stripes!
Crayola crayons. Puffer fish love eating snails.