I was just in the mood one day and decided to combine several aspects of Norwegian culture and modern insights on the Vikings. Here she is! Saga Brunwolf! It’s a little silly I know.
Done with graphite on a pad of paper from a hotel
Done with Prismacolor Colored Pencil on Toned Tan Paper
Done with Prismacolor Colored Pencil
Done with Prismacolor Colored Pencil on Toned Tan Paper.
7" x 10" ink and graphite on paper
I draw myself too much. But I am making stickers so I can force everyone to look at me all of the time!
Watercolor from original illustration c.1920
Hearts of different colors and sizes
Roller Blades / Rain Boots / Weeds / Flowers
I’m fascinated in how something may make you feel. For instance, I’m deeply moved by images of outer space from the Hubble space telescope, but I do not try to recreate those photographs in my work. What does not exist in those photos, is how they may make us feel. This is why you won’t see any “realism” in my art. When we send astronauts to space, they can discuss factually what is happening, but what truly moves human beings is when astronauts describe how they felt while they were there. So, I choose to express how I feel, as opposed to illustrate what I see.
My work is influenced by the American illustrators of the 1960s and 70s, as well as comic art from around the world. Please get in touch to discuss your latest project and how I can help.
08/20 days, 20 films that made an impact on me. No title, no comment, just a picture. In my case, a drawing.
Daily drawing #626
#imaginarythinking #illustration #comic
Another charcoal on cartridge portrait. The fabulous Evan Peters acting as Tate Langdon in the first season of the hit television series, American Horror Story.
An idea I've had for some time. A living ragdoll.
Me - Busy body in another way >_
Hope everyone is having a good Monday!
A hot pink tea mug! Acrylic paint on wood.
A hero is born. Still I am searching a name for him.
Imaginary Friend Drawing Challenge