This week, I had the pleasure of chatting with Paperlike. If you haven’t heard about them, they make the textured screen protector I use on my iPad Pro. What I like most about it is how it gives that slippery glass screen just enough grip to make drawing very comfortable and more natural.
In the interview, I discuss my artistic roots and journey to now, where I pull inspiration from, and the risks and rewards of making art your business.
If you’re searching for ways to improve your shop or social media traffic, blog post after blog post will tell you your photography needs to be on point. Sorry, but I’m about to add to that list! Over the past few years, trial and error, practice, and a little ingenuity have helped me see a notable improvement in photos I post to my shops or on Instagram. Here’s how I do it!
Earlier this year, I was contacted by the organizers of Texas Corgi Roundup and had the opportunity to support their group and charities as a sponsoring artist. Of course, I said yes…how can I turn down corgis?
Lapel pins are a hot ticket item right now, but traditional enamel pins can be really costly to produce. Wood pins are a unique alternative to their more pricey counterparts. Recently, I dove into pin making and designed my first ever pin! It was a learning experience and I wanted to share my experience with it!
I'm back from the dead! Earlier this year I had my first artists' alley experience at a nearby fan convention. I prepped for months, creating new pieces of art specifically for the convention, making new products, and generally trying to keep it together until then. It was a great first experience, and I have some definite take-aways!
Whenever December rolls around, I get a burst of motivation. A new year and a fresh start is right around the corner! I tend to look ahead more than look back during this time, and start making goal lists and plans for what I'd like to do in the new year.