Sketchbook

Playing to Get Work Done

In my last post I discussed how Juicy Ink’s 30 Day Sketchbook Challenge inspired me to stop the excuses and start working in my sketchbook again. This was kind of important to me in finally letting myself do some ugly drawings– which is a problem I’ve had since before art school. In my mind, I want everything to be beautiful, and if it doesn’t meet a certain criteria in my head, I just stop working on the piece. Now while there is some kind of argument in being efficient and leaving a piece before working it into the ground attempting […]


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Posted On June 22, 2016 10:44 am

In Which There is An Age of Dragon

For those of you who don’t follow me on social media, or have had the displeasure of talking to me in the last… oh three months, then you are aware that I have become a tad obsessed with the video game series Dragon Age. It started with my bestie getting really excited about the release of Inquisition back in November, to which clueless me, was like “What’s Dragon Age?” and thus, the rabbit hole was opened and I  ended up marathoning all three games within a two month span. Yes, a two month span. The nice thing about dumping all these hours […]


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Posted On January 29, 2015 3:37 pm

we are SLAYERS

While I did start packing today (I swear!), I watched some Slayers between boxes. When it came time to sit down and sketch today, it was still on (because once I start watching Slayers, I don’t stop… it’s impossible), I decided to open my new Copic set, and draw my two favorite ladies. Yes, I bought a Copic set last week. I resisted for two years, but the EX-6 set had too many colors that I know I would use, and it was $20 cheaper to get it here rather than wait until I get home. So, yep, these two […]


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Posted On July 6, 2014 9:24 pm

When-digo

Whenever I am told that my art style is “super cute” I think of things like this and ask myself “Is it really?” because I am capable of drawing some creepy stuff. I used to challenge myself to creep out my professors in school ^^;; It was inevitable that I do something for Hannibal after watching the first season. The Wendigo freaks me out, ergo I had to draw it and make it more freakish. Eventually I’ll do something more. I have been playing with the idea of doing episode summary comics, or illustration for each episode (like a title […]


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Posted On June 20, 2014 10:08 pm

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