This weekend I re-learned, for perhaps the millionth time, that you can’t wear a crop top on a prairie.
Tryna understand how a deer works
Post water scarcity teen #1 from my next mini-series, Salt. How will our children live after we run out of fresh water?
I did SIDEPLANK this week, SIDEPLANKERS I am ONE OF YOU NOW, grabby-leg sideplankers I can’t wait to MEET YOU
Florida winter is just Michigan summer.
Is it time to be midcentury scifi space babes yet? I’m ready.
I really wasn’t expecting to become a hot yoga convert this month, but I went to cold yoga last week and was low-key resentful about it, so I maybe I am?? But I also did hot yoga yesterday and lied on the floor for half of it so I guess it’s still complicated.
For all you cool cats out there 😼😎
Practice is one of the hardest things for me to make time for consistently as an illustrator. Whenever I sit down to practice, I end up feeling like I need to end with a finished piece, or the time will have been “wasted.” This gives a lot of anxiety about starting at all! I have to really deliberately schedule practice with the understanding that the point is to have a lot of “unfinished” work.
Of all the types of exercises I use, regular figure drawing improves my work in general the most. This month I’ve been dedicating 10-30 minutes a day to drawing figures, and it’s been really helpful!