Prints available here!
I drew this cavalcade of glorious cats in my sketchbook a month or so ago, and finally decided to make something with it. The drawing was done in pen (on lunch break) and I always thought it was a fun one, so here we are. As usual, I added it to some different items…
Grab a stylish cat mug here, of course!
Or a long sleeve t-shirt…also available in short sleeved…
It is so fun making all of these things. If you can, please share with family and friends…wouldn’t it be great to get something with original art/design/illustration as a gift this year?
…such as cell phone cases.
There are kid’s clothes…
Yes, maternity tees (although I wish the design could be put on the belly.)
Of course the onesies!
And even something for the pup in your life. (We wouldn’t want to leave out Fido.)
Now there is really something for everyone in the family. (Yet this is only the tip of the ‘print on demand’ iceberg). I really laughed when I saw the dog t-shirt, and felt it must be shared. Please feel free to share this post!
Happy Halloween, everyone! I can’t believe it’s the last day of my favorite month already. I found a vintage poster of this creepy character and adapted it for my own purposes. Have a safe, Happy All Hallows Eve, and I will see you in November.
Took a break from the computer for this post today. A note: comic book board pages are not meant to take on watercolors. Still, painting and drawing by hand leave me feeling more calm and refreshed than digital “painting” does. I just thought I’d mention this observation.
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A happy horse to you, on this happy, windy Wednesday! He is modeled after a horse I work with at a local barn, called Kazmir. This weekend he must have “been feeling his oats”, for he was bouncing around the barnyard with much glee.
I drew while watching football this weekend. Mostly cats and dogs, as I am working on a project involving pets and other creatures.
From my “Working Class” sketchbook.