Inspired by nature, new places, and everyday things.
I specialize in digital art, graphic design, illustration, painting, sketchbook, watercolor.
A page from my sketchbook: Watercolor, ink, and acrylic paint.
Another wobbly neighborhood. Focusing on color and composition and leaving behind perfect perfective and detail. Ultimately, putting fun first in my personal work moving forward.
Watercolor and India Ink on Yupo paper. If there is any single way to let go of detail and think simply, it is by using watercolor on Yupo paper. You basically have to surrender control and just see what happens.
I have never loved drawing anything city related because I am lazy when it comes to perspective. However, I have learned that I actually like the wobbly nature of my more recent attempts. Or, I simply embraced my laziness. Either way it has been fun!
My 100 day project has basically switched over from digital drawings to watercolor. This is a spread in my sketchbook from the transition. Took a few days but, I am starting to feel like myself when using the medium again. Just needed to reactivate some muscle memory.
45/100 of my nature illo themed 100 Day Project. I started my challenge drawing only on my iPad but hit some bumps when I forgot my Apple Pencil in Florida (I live in California). With that, I have been getting reacquainted with my sketchbook which has been set aside for a few months until now. Feels good to get back into it. Everytime I come back to painting, I wonder why I ever paused in the first place.
I finger "painted" this in procreate. Super wonky and also charming.
I was gifted a pad of Yupo watercolor paper. The color vibrancy is unreal! Definitely a learning curb but the results are so fun. Plus this got me painting again. Working digital is such an easy fall back, but nothing beats a brush to paper.
It s always a good feeling to apply doodles to something useful.
I am currently participating in the 100 Day Project and posting progress on Instagram. My theme is 100 days of Nature Illos. So far, I am working digitally in Procreate.
Drawn in Procreate
I took this photo and decided it would lend itself quite well to some digital doodlebomb action.
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