I’ve done illustrations for a few websites. I like these that are based on kind of a child-like, international feel. The goal was to capture the lightness of yoga, without making it feel too alternative or deeply spiritual. The blankets were an important part of the relaxing at this yoga studio so they were incorporated… Read More Drawing the Free Floaty Part of Yoga
Nothing bothers me more than a intriguing historical tale without pictures to prove it. Like did Lewis and Clark really make it to the Pacific Ocean? There’s no photos and they didn’t take an illustrator with them on the trek. There’s a story that Benjamin Franklin was a nudist. You can find the story many… Read More Benjamin Franklin Nudist — For All To See
Oh the holidays and all the prep. Santa’s calendar is a reminder not to procrastinate– he gets started as early as January 1st. I’m kind of a sucker for puns so I couldn’t resist naming one of the books on his shelf “Deer Diary.” Ssssssh, Santa can hear you groaning all the way to the… Read More Happy December 1st! Let the Holiday Season Begin!
I used to be a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators. This illustration was entered in a competition they sponsored. Hasn’t everyone experienced a supermarket meltdown? My kids didn’t care a clump about the sugar lumps but the soda aisle was a different story. Yup, I’m an ogre when it comes… Read More High Drama in The Cereal Aisle
The face of the woman in “Dogs Don’t Drive” was developed from a doodle on a sticky note. Note to doodlers: Keep those scraps!