The images might take a minute to load, I wanted to use high-quality images vs compressed so that you can see more detail in the images of the strokes. I know it's been a while since I posted. Honestly, I haven't had much time to paint in a while. But over the last couple of … Continue reading 13 Tips for Palette Knife Painting
If you have not read part 1 of this series I highly suggest that you do that. You can find it here. The first layer of this drawing was accomplished with pencil. I left off with a few different blending options which while handy to know are not necessary for this particular drawing. By the … Continue reading An Instructional Drawing Guide: Part 2 – Illustration Pens
I want to go over some drawing techniques for those hoping to learn different methods. Most drawing how-tos feature step by steps on how to draw something specific. I want to take it further by showing you the different tools and methods. There is not one way of drawing. In fact there are so many … Continue reading An Instructional Drawing Guide: Part 1 -Graphite
I have been trying to find my "style" for as long as I have been making art which is about 10 years now. As soon as I made peace with my eclectic nature I decided that I wanted to be an illustrator and here I am in the hunt for my style all over again. … Continue reading Don’t underestimate the pencil!
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You don't have to make grand statements or share your political beliefs in order to make an affective children's book. Don't worry about the rest of the world when you write. Focus on you, your life, and it will come to you. Your idea, from the heart. Write from the eyes of a child.