April’s birth month flower is the daisy

April’s birth month flower is the daisy

Day 9 of #inktober2018 . April’s birth month flower is the daisy. I don’t know why months need flowers or stones. I also don’t know why the flowers need to symbolize anything. But the daisy apparently symbolizes beauty, innocence, love and purity. . Also, I feel like I’m cheating by using digital ink for #inktober. But it’s so much fun! View in Instagram...
This drawing popped up in my Facebook memories this morning.

This drawing popped up in my Facebook memories this morning.

This drawing popped up in my Facebook memories this morning. I drew it a year ago today in my #365accordionproject @moleskine. I still have half a sketchbook left empty from last year’s project that I need to fill. Now that I have new glasses and can see better, it’s time to get back to it! #ijustwanttodrawprettypictures View in Instagram...
Apparently I made a lot of patterns over the past 100days!

Apparently I made a lot of patterns over the past 100days!

Apparently I made a lot of patterns over the past 100 days! Here are 100 little images. Probably 85 or more are completed(ish) patterns and the rest are filled in with elements that will become patterns or are patterns in progress. This is my third time doing and I love it! It’s so good to help you get started if you’re having trouble getting yourself to make art (or whatever) regularly or to dive deep into one topic or theme or material or technique! I’ve loved doing these patterns over the past 100 days and I have no plans to stop. But now, instead of making new ones every day, I’m going to revisit my favorites, tweak them and turn them into collections. If anyone out there wants to license any or commission any illustrations or patterns, you know where to find...
Only got to spend a few minutes on this one today

Only got to spend a few minutes on this one today

Only got to spend a few minutes on this one today before my Apple Pencil died and I’m too tired to wait for it to recharge. Picture a pattern of leaves and vines with these two pretty women tangled up in them. That’s the plan, at least. Patterns often end up going in unexpected...