I like using Illustration Friday prompts as warm ups. Pretty happy with this pissed off little dude.
Last weekend the SCBWI Oregon chapter hosted a terrific 1-day workshop for writer-illustrators with Art Director Lauren Rille of Simon and Schuster. She was a great speaker and critique-er — her talk was highly entertaining (she cusses!), but packed with good information, and she pulled no punches when it came to critiquing our work. Her clear message […]
How we spend our snow days… …and when that’s all done, we hunker down with some soup in front of the fire, and stream the olympics on the laptop (because of course Portlandians don’t have televisions…). And tonight we will listen to the drip drop drip as it all melts away.
Kids in Portland know how to dress. Some PDX grown-ups cultivate creative get-ups too (hipster credibility requires fun socks, at a minimum), but usually it’s the kids who take the cake. The look is more hipster-ragbag than NY runway, but it’s a far cry from the fleece and flannels that dominated the landscape of my youth. […]
My dear friend and fellow illustrator Kate Berube produces a zine for kids called Tater Totter. She invited me to contribute to her most recent issue, and I had a great time producing this fun little DIY tutorial for her readers.