Well, due to a terrible 2-day migraine I may be posting this an entire day late and a Guinness short, but: HAPPY (belated) SAINT PATRICK'S DAY! Hope everyone had a safe and wonderful time.
Some project work I am currently working through - Works in Process to Final.
A thought on sketchbooks. The bare bones of our souls are laid in ink upon the various textures and collections we construct and break apart upon paper. Whether a book is filled with lines or color, pencils, and various roughs, these are our own perspectives. Each book is as close to us as is our … Continue reading Bare Bones & Sketchbooks
Dropping art is always good, right? 🙂 Some more art (commissions) for the upcoming indie card game, Chomp! Check it out here: https://www.facebook.com/RadarGamesIreland/ Feel free to provide extra support by purchasing a tote: https://teespring.com/CHOMPToteBag#pid=526&cid=101936&sid=front
A few little sketches that I played around with recently. Just testing the thresholds and lines on various scans. Some art sketches are so old, they are faded, so the lines I can pick up are quite slim or interesting.
There's a lot to be said about an average day of work. From start to finish, if you are in the habit, you may have subconsciously nested yourself in the comfort of a daily routine. For me, being a mother first, a working artist second, you find that some days, the snug little plans of … Continue reading Coffee, Paper, Ink
It may be me repeating myself, but I like to show works in progress. Pieces that are being developed can provide a lot of insight to others who wish to imitate or create their own style. If it weren't for the openness and willingness of others, I wouldn't have made the progress I have (and … Continue reading Art Drop: 03.08.2018
Some WIP for an upcoming game via Radar Games Ireland: http://www.facebook.com/RadarGamesIreland/ None of these pieces are 100% completely finalized but I like to share the work in progress. Enjoy!
Discipline is the key to being an artist. Whether you're into costuming, painting, clay works, photography, sketching, digital arts, writing, or other creative endeavors, discipline is always the key required for success. What is discipline to you? Is it practical to maintain your skill-level? Is it training and studying for improvement and criticism to improve? … Continue reading The ABC’s of Being an Artist