By popular demand 

A friend on Instagram asked me to draw him a minion. This is what I came up with. I’d like to say that I was finish at the time that this picture was taken but I continue to shade him.

This is my sixth time drawing a minion. I posted the third and first already. Eventually I will get it down. Drawing is familiar to me but it’s not to my satisfaction yet.

I’ve forgotten most of what was taught to me in my art classes.  Now I am watching lots of YouTube videos to relearn and be inspired.

This incomplete beauty of a catastrophe is from YouTube. It is Piccolo from Dragonball (an anime cartoon).  I watch a how to draw video and try to replicate what I see.

So until next time.  Remember to respect the process

Rise up

This is my best friend’s favorite saying. I decided to put it up in my room for inspiration. I was thinking of making these to put in my shop and I am working with different mediums trying to find the right combination.  

Time to Rise up and Grind on, on your passions. 


Remember my eyes in the drawing two posts ago?  They looked like lightbulbs.  Well I’ve kept on and kept on plugging away now look at where I am!!

I also decided to draw my favorite cartoon of today Minions. Here is my second go and third go at it.  I’m still not 100% there but,  I am not done trying either. I will practice, practice, practice until I get it right.

Just wanted to drop a quick update.  So until the next time.  Respect the process and never give up on your daydream.  

I can’t let go

I’m still over here drawing away.  I try to work on something at least a couple times a week. This is what I worked on yesterday and will continue to work on. 

I was looking for something to draw on my desk and decided that this shot glass and my appletv setup would work just fine. I am trying to improve my depth perception on paper. Also I need to work on poportions. 

Notice that I am the queen of shading. Translation I shade away my mistakes until I can correct them (lol).  I figure if I continue I’ll get better over time. 

So until next time.  Keep creating and never give up on your gifts.