Lifelong illustrator/cartoonist/artist wannabe. Haven't kept up with drawing for many years and now rediscovered how much I was missing. Most new stuff is 100% pen and ink on heavy white cardstock.
I specialize in pen and ink.
Charcoal on Bristol mounted on hard board panel
Acrylic on cabinet door
A Goat skull on a old fence.
I am really happy with this drawing as I am trying my best to mimic Stephen Gammell's style, who is the artist for the popular books "Scary Stories to tell in the dark" for some reason his type of art has always astounded me and without any interviews I am left at trying to figure out his technique through trial and error. This is probably my most successful attempt yet. Would you like to know my secret ingredients?
1. Graphite Powder
3. Charcoal Powder
4. Kneaded Eraser
5. Electric Eraser
I am really into line art these days.
Free-Hand Pen and Ink Illustration on paper of a Rhino (website: https://mylemonadelounge.weebly.com/)
Charcoal leopard on toned paper.
Very quick test doodle of a pod of orcas in Paper Pro by WeTransfer with Apple Pencil G2 on an iPad Pro G3.
Acrylic paint on canvasboard.
8x10 white charcoal on black paper.
This doodle is drawn with acrylic markers.
its been a while. i've been working on a gift for the last month. i need permission to post that picture because its a friends baby. its my best drawing yet. hopefully i can post. here is my latest project. this is a picture of my father before he headed to the US.
Digital Art - Photoshop: Skin Practice (website: https://mylemonadelounge.weebly.com/)
Graphite drawing inspired by a photo of a shop in Venice, but with my own cats.
Birds or Fish? is created with markers on Master's Touch 46lb marker paper. Influenced in part by Kandinsky, I laid down the color splotches before using the black marker for the birds/fish.
23 x 20 acrylic on canvas board