Back to Top

went to one of those painting places and made myself a bowl of fucks

cool pokemon trainer

cool pokemon trainer

15x22 inch linocut prints, limited edition of 14.

15x22 inch linocut prints, limited edition of 14.

I received this in my inbox today. I’m not sure what I did to get this, but AWESOME!

I received this in my inbox today. I’m not sure what I did to get this, but AWESOME!

One more class tomorrow! AHHhhhhh! I’m so glad this semester is nearly over.

One more class tomorrow! AHHhhhhh! I’m so glad this semester is nearly over.

Somewhere between my last post and this one, I reached 1000 followers. I wanted to do something exciting, but… it just didn’t happen. Please accept this sexy waitress instead. YOU DA YOU DA BEST.

Somewhere between my last post and this one, I reached 1000 followers. I wanted to do something exciting, but… it just didn’t happen. Please accept this sexy waitress instead. YOU DA YOU DA BEST.

Anonymous: Your art is definitely unique my new favorite/idol D: can we haz your fb page that we can stalk? :))

Thanks! No stalkable fb page, but there is my rather uninteresting life onĀ twitter.

Anonymous: how long have you been drawing for? I'm sixteen and only recently started drawing non-doodles, I was just wondering- is drawing like gymnastics, where you're either born with it or you start when you're a wee tot, or do you reckon I could be alright if I tried? p.s. I know you aren't like super sensei so it's fine to be like "dude shut up"

dude shut up

I’m kidding. I’ve been drawing for as long as I can remember. Some people start early, and some just do it later. As long as you’re interested, nobody should quit just because they didn’t get an early start. Everyone gets better over time naturally, and one can boost this with more practicing!

Try not to be discouraged, because one day you’ll look back at your old drawings, and you’ll be like, “LOL.”

Hope this helps.

10x14 inch linocut prints! School has been super busy, but I will try not to be so dead on this blog. P.S. I love burgers.

Anonymous: do you ever draw stuff in your sketchbook that you really hate? (like you mess up or something?)

Of course. I either, a) leave it there or b) find ways to mesh/cover it. I promise the majority of my sketchbooks are really messy.

busy, busy, busy

busy, busy, busy

Couldn’t help myself.

Couldn’t help myself.

Anonymous: did you ever take art lessons? how did you develop your style? :)

I’m attending art school at Parsons currently. That counts for art lessons sorta, right?

I still feel like I’m trying to develop a style, especially when it comes to illustrations alone. Maybe other people see differently, but I can’t tell my style yet. Sorry this doesn’t really answer your question, but I hope to find out myself!

THEME BY PARTI