Learning the fundamentals to be an illustrator
I specialize in illustration.
Take time to enjoy the beautiful things around us
Imagine if mushrooms where as tall as giants
Trying out an abstract style of the Disney Castle
In celebration of Year of the Tiger, I illustrated this Tiger with vector shapes and then shades the shapes with a variety of pixel brushes. Then I doodled some abstract brush strokes as the background with a red and gold color theme.
A peaceful, violet night sky
First time using digital watercolor. I was BEEing curious
Marker art: a twist between Starry Night and an introspective pup
One of my favorite times of the year is Autumn. It’s a time that reminds me how blessed I am for the rich friendships I have in my life. It’s also a time I enjoy making new memories with relatives I have a deep emotional bond.
And for some reason, pumpkins symbolizes this wealth of love I have for these loved ones. Maybe because orange is a passionate color for me. Or maybe because the color orange is abundant during this season when warm a fuzzy feelings show up when I’m with my loved ones. This hue is in pumpkins, persimmons, hot apple cider beverages, cinnamon spice on pies or lattes, and the obvious autumn leaves.
But my focus for this illustration were big, fat pumpkins. I love hugging and squeezing them and feeling it’s cold flesh on my skin. I look forward to my next bite of pumpkin pie from our very good friend, Terry, who makes them very excellently!
America is going through a rough time right now.
Testing pearlescent paint markers from Crayola.
Follow the desires of His heart and His message of love will flow through.
Explored texture for shading in this line art. It gives an interesting look. I like my meteor bonking the moon.
Sometimes we fall for the wrong goals
I felt like sketching a four legged creature. then I saw a beautiful reference photo of a chameleon. I had to try illustrating it!
I love the way abstract flowers make me feel free.
When it was Claude Monet’s birthday, I tried to paint like him.
Coals lose their warmth the longer they are away from the group