In this rough pencil sketch, I’ve depicted Josephine in a meditative pose. She’s channeling her inner power, and I’m trying to do the same.
My illustrations always start with a rough pencil sketch. From there I transfer the sketch to marker paper and create a clean tracing outline with fine line pens. Then the fun begins…adding color!
I’ve been having a blast illustrating with my new Copic Sketch markers and Stabilo fine line pens. Here’s the first illustration using these new pens…
“Judge nothing, you will be happy. Forgive everything, you will be happier. Love everything, you will be happiest.” (Sushan R. Sharma)
It’s been said…Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep. My latest illustration might be creative, but unfortunately it’s not a keeper!
A sneak peak at my latest illustration…
Josephine is part ingenue, part old soul. When she isn’t running around New York City taking in the sights, you’ll find her indoors at New York’s best museums and galleries.
Josephine is part ingenue, part old soul. Her wise perspective and outlook on life gives me lots to think about. Here’s what I learned recently…
Josephine is part ingenue, part old soul. In this whimsical illustration she’s juggling an armload of suitcases…and realizing that she bit off more than she can chew!
Josephine is part ingenue, part old soul. She’s forever optimistic and oh-so-stylish! Hope she brings you a little wisdom and inspiration.