Monthly Archives: October 2013
The Art of Time Management and Scrap-booking
As a freelance illustrator (and doer of other odd-jobs), time management is pretty crucial. I don’t think I have the art of it down yet. (Note the “yet.” I am still hopeful!) This week, Make Art That Sells introduced me … Continue reading
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I’ve been working on an illustration job for a dry cleaners company here in Japan. Here’s a cut that didn’t make it.
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Christmas Cards (from the Make Art That Sells e-Course)
The online “Make Art That Sells” e-Course taught by international illustration agent Lilla Rogers is now in session B. Which I’m taking! Part A of this course was super exciting, fun and inspiring–and equal amounts challenging and frustrating. The thing … Continue reading
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Experimenting with Water-Soluble Pens
Well it started with, “oops…” But then I started experimenting with the effect. Kind of like it.
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