Carlyn Beccia writes this wonderful how to book with a comfortable, almost conversational style. It feels personal, which is really nice for a how to book. It is divided up into two sections: Digital Painting more Digital Painting for the Complete Beginner: Book Review
I began doing some character sketches of Robin Hood & Little John a while ago as a personal project. I’m not sure where its going, but I’d love to re-invent the story a bit (doesn’t more Robin Hood…where is he going?
This is #2 in the Potty Training Mishaps Series…and illustration friday’s topic of the week (for you IFers here’s a link to last week’s “Impatience” that was #1 in the series…and that I didn’t finish more Wrapped (IF)
I started this for last weeks Illustration Friday topic, but didn’t have time to finish. We are potty training my little girl right now, thus I was inspired… It is the first in a series more Impatience (IF)
Wow, am I late on this one. But it has taken all week for this idea to come to fruition in my head. The only way my heart has ever been “modified” is through the more Modify (IF)
Illustration is what I’ve always wanted to do, always an abiding passion, always. So here I am, blogging. I won’t promise a whole lot of words forthcoming, but it may happen. I’m more interested in more Here I am.