Scattered recent sketches. In defense of the yellow legal pad paper, Lynda Barry has championed that. Her book, “What It Is” is still a visual favorite of mine and it reminds me not to place too much emphasis on the permanence of these things.

Scattered recent sketches. In defense of the yellow legal pad paper, Lynda Barry has championed that. Her book, “What It Is” is still a visual favorite of mine and it reminds me not to place too much emphasis on the permanence of these things.

8/I2 drawing- I should probably stop sketching on non-acid free index cards…

8/I2 drawing- I should probably stop sketching on non-acid free index cards…

Anonymous said: Your stuff's amazing! May I ask what kind of sketchbooks you use?

Thank you! :D I have so many sketchbooks that I use and like (but eventually dismantle to use the paper individually) from Moleskines to Aquabee sketchbooks- but lately I’ve been using the paper from my Moleskines and Global Arts handbook journals because oil pastel works so well on them!

8/7 drawing.
What still lingers within an empty room.

8/7 drawing.

What still lingers within an empty room.

8/7 drawing.

8/7 drawing.

An older photo (2012) of a tarot spread with my Deviant Moon deck. It isn’t my favorite pack but I like it a lot.

An older photo (2012) of a tarot spread with my Deviant Moon deck. It isn’t my favorite pack but I like it a lot.

I’m not necessarily sure what I’m trying to draw- but I’m drawing! That’s all I care about at this point.

Part of my ‘Gestation’ project. 
Oil pastel on watercolor paper.

Part of my ‘Gestation’ project.

Oil pastel on watercolor paper.

Cool things happen when I’m photo copying my drawings and my printer’s color ink is running out.

Cool things happen when I’m photo copying my drawings and my printer’s color ink is running out.

Nothing feels better than drawing and reflecting lately- no one’s company suffices but my own anymore.

Nothing feels better than drawing and reflecting lately- no one’s company suffices but my own anymore.