Category Archives: sketchbook

Pencil and digital

This is another older drawing. It’s a pencil drawing I scanned from my sketchbook (with a little clean-up) and the color is added digitally. BUT the purple color is a scan of a traditional painting I did. Th orange is, … Continue reading

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Travel sketches

 I’m doing a bit of sketching on my iPad during my travels. Below are a few. These were done with the 53 pencil and an Adonit Jot in the Sketch Club App. Only the top one, Mr. Poe, is of … Continue reading

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Tommy can’t stop!

  I’m traveling but happy first book birthday Tommy Can’t Stop! This is a sketch done in Sketch Clud on the iPad with an Jot Touch pen.

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The most humble of tools.

I talk about the power of pencil and paper when I speak at schools and libraries. Tools that every kid knows how to use and yet, when combined with an active imagination, they are the best starting points for any type of … Continue reading

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Sketchbook chaos part 2

    From the new sketchbook.

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Hemingway’s Squirrel

A sketch from – Hemingway’s Squirrel. The Heartwarming tale of Hemingway and a spunky squirrel who showed up one day looking for whiskey. The squirrel acted as inspiration and foil often telling Hemingway his writing sucked just to see what happened. … Continue reading

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Quick Sketch – Rogues Gallery

What do I do with an extra 20 minutes of swim team practice for my daughter? Some quick bad guy designs.

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