I love playing with new styles and learning how to be less hyper realistic and more creative.
I specialize in drawing, illustration, painting.
Spring has sprung and Peter is enjoying the warm weather. How have you been enjoying the break from winter? Any activity suggestions for Peter and his friends? They’re thinking picnics and lawn games...
Watercolor This was drastically different from my usual stuff and lots of fun. I’m thinking of painting a few more cards to match in the same style but featuring different scenes. We shall see what pops out of my brush
This is an ATC-sized (3 1/2” x 2 1/2”) watercolor. I’m practicing bolder strokes with heavier pigment. Big departure from my usual uber careful strokes
After the initial excitement of circling the pictures of a cow and rabbit, Peter and his friends realized it was going to be a long game of Bingo on this desert highway
Ink over graphite, from my own photo
Watercolor, working off a photograph I took in Downtown Los Angeles pre-Covid
I laid down the initial layer of this large piece in pencil about a year ago and finally returned to it this weekend to add accents in ink.
Started with watercolor and played with it digitally
I’ve been busy working on a children’s book with my characters from @amousenamedpeter. It’s a tribute to my father, who passed last year, about the night many moons ago when he built a swing set for me. Here’s page 1
Work in progress. Stippling away...
Peter was munching on his cheese sandwich and taking bites slowly to make it last longer. It wasn’t fun sitting by himself in a new school in a new town. And then a rabbit with a smile on his face approached and asked, “Want some company?” and Peter’s heart lifted
Who wouldn’t want to meet a garden fairy?
Giving it a go with artist colored pencils for the first time. Finding it challenging to keep a point on the pencils and anyway to recover if what should have been a white area gets too much color? Do most colored pencil artists use solvents to blend?