To me, creating is like therapy that keeps me sane.
I specialize in buildings, line, pen and ink, watercolor.
Squirrel. This one is part if a series of four wildlife portraits I've used to out on products in my shop.
Fat little birds make me smile! The Eastern bluebird is a North American migratory thrush. My subject is a male with the most luxurious neck rolls! Drawn in Prismacolor soft core colored pencils on toned tan sketch paper.
I just wanted to have a bit of fun, experimenting with different features and hair. I’ve still got a lot to learn though, but let me know what you think (:
Drawing Prompt Submission
This was done for my first Scrawlr Box challenge. Which I was super excited to finally get to try, and I loved the supplies that were in the box. I am really happy with how this has turned out, it brings the two things I really like together; deer antlers and flowers.
A koi fish I painted while I was in Malaysia last year.
I have been participating in Lauren Hom’s #HOMwork challenges via Instagram. This weeks challenge was to draw the same letter 16 ways. I drew cats instead. I may come back to the whole lettering thing at some point!
I felt like drawing birdhouses and this came out in my large Moleskine.
I’ve finished my biggest painting so far.. the painting is going to hang in a hair salon
This is part of a broader idea for a big busy city teeming with different characters. Some of those characters will travel deeper through this city and through different lands. Eventually they get back to where they started from.
I think I’m becoming obsessed with the whole rabbit hole thing.
Following the daily painting challenge with Lisa Congdon over at CreativeBug though I haven't quite managed to keep up daily. Still, it's wonderful picking the brush up again and splashing around with paint!
Pool of Tears: my ballpoint pen doodle version of John Tenniel's Pool of Tears