“We all have 10,000 bad drawings in us. The sooner we get them out the better.”

    ― Walt Stanchfield

    52 in ’22

    This year’s drawing challenge. Draw weekly in 2022.

    P is for Pard

    P is for Pard

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. A pard (Ancient Greek: πάρδος) is the Greek word for the leopard, which is listed in Medieval bestiaries and in Pliny the Elder's book Natural History. Over the years, there have been many different depictions of the creature...

    O is for Onocentaur

    O is for Onocentaur

    The onocentaur has the upper body of a man and the lower body of an onager (wild ass). The upper part is rational; the lower part is exceedingly wild. #27 of 52

    Recent Drawings

    Happy Purrday

    Happy Purrday

    I like to send my friends and family birthday cards in the mail. This is an idea for a card. #13 of 52

    F is for Fox

    F is for Fox

    In Bestiary lore, the Fox is seen as a trickster who rolls around in red mud to look dead and lure birds in so he can eat them. In my Bestiary drawing, the bird and fox work together to fend off the true beasts. #12 of 52

    Ugly Plant

    Ugly Plant

    This is the final project in the Procreate class I took. I learned some great techniques although this drawing definitely belongs in the bad category. Ha ha. #11 of 52

    E is for Elephant

    E is for Elephant

    In Bestiary lore, the elephant is often seen as the enemy of the dragon or the beast of burden for humans. I chose to depict the mighty elephant using her tusks to skewer a pesky human who would do her harm. #10 of 52

    What’s that noise?

    What’s that noise?

    This comic is from an assignment from the Procreate class on Udemy. It was fun to interpret the six panel comic and make it my own. I hated the first version, but by creating it in layers I could hide what I didn’t like and keep what I did to start over. Drawing #9 of...