Here’s another portrait I did over the winter break:
Caryn & Mike Nelson run Junior’s Roasted Coffee, and you can see this portrait on their about page. My husband and I have been drinking their coffee for the past few weekends, and it’s super delicious!
My Etsy shop is now set up for custom-drawn pet portraits! You can check it out here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/keefeling
Below is a portrait of my brother-in-law’s dog, Franny. I drew it as a Christmas gift for him and loved the process, so I hope to take on some new commissions soon.
The project manager of the upcoming Ooligan Press jazz book requested that I draw a jazz guy. So I drew a jazz guy.
Next week I will post the cover I designed for the book. It is pretty cool. *snaps*
If you’ve seen my single page comics, you know I’m really into the idea of a cat who is also a dad (or a dad who is also a cat). Maybe he’ll make it into more comics or a children’s book at some point.
I threw some color on him, just because. Lookin’ good, Cat Dad.
A quick sketch from last summer. My pet hamster is a little poop, but we treat him like royalty. His only redeeming quality is his supreme cuteness.
These groundhogs are proper gents. I remember Groundhog’s Day being a much bigger deal when I was little, but I also grew up in and around Pennsylvania, so it might be more popular around there?
Let’s get this sketch blog back up and running!
Here’s a t-shirt design I drew for a jazz-related project at Ooligan Press:
It was deemed a little too folksy for a jazz t-shirt, and the style wasn’t quite right for the target demographic, but it’s a nice little composition. Someone brought up Michael Cera when talking about the design, which is a compliment of the highest order for me. I loved Juno. :)
The black and white drawing is below:
Last winter break I thought, “Why don’t I try to draw a portrait of someone from the waist down?” Here is the result of that idea.
Edgar Allan Poe from the waist down. Fitting ’cause Halloween is right around the corner, and Poe has got to be America’s creepiest poet, right?
I went to my first non-family weddings this summer. Here’s a card I made for my friends Liz and Travis. (Liz is a superb illustrator – you can check out her wonderful cut paper illustrations here: http://lizabethgoss.com/)
I’m clearly have a cat-drawing addiction.