illustration

Grass

And it’s good to have someone to bend with.

Thinking

I’m no great thinker. But I do my fair share of staring off in the distance and pondering. Maybe the resulting smoke would form a fetching head cover something like this.

Climbing

I’m much too large of a human being to have any success (or enjoyment) with rock climbing. But I have felt both the elation of scrambling up the cliff of life as well as the terror of wondering if I’ve run out of handholds. This doodle emerged while messing around with Procreate.

Left one

I’ve reached the stage of life that requires eyebrow maintenance. My barber volunteers to trim them when I get a haircut but I’ve found she cuts them so short that I now politely refuse her offer. She pretends to be offended, and I think perhaps she is a bit. Who am I to claim more knowledge of how the eyebrow should be trimmed? But I hold my ground and then go home and do a slightly less lousy job of it myself.

Blues

Listening to Aztec Camera’s Knife album. A lyric from the song ‘Backwards and Forwards’ with accompanying watercolor blob. I’ve always enjoyed songs that evoke melancholy, though I can’t explain why.

Meat lover

I’ve had no desire to doodle the last few days. Caught up in reading a couple books. But made myself put the book down and here’s what happened:

Promotion Shred

Here’s a Gumby-esque skater for your viewing pleasure:

And a small compilation of doodles I put together for self-promotion:

Reminder that all artwork posted is available to purchase: $25/print. Cheers!

Good color cube thoughts

Add some yellow…

Old illustration:

Twisty swell

Love is twisty:

The power of S:

Flower city sad face

This is the joy of doodling: beginning with blank space and seeing what emerges as one creates. I suppose it’s not a terrible way to approach each new day, as well.

Perhaps the face is sad to watch the flower city launch away.