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Ahsoka Tano (Fulcrum) Speed Draw Fan Art

Click above to go watch me draw some Ahsoka Tano (Older Fulcrum) Fan Art!

Hello, friends! Thought I would share a quick video that I recorded last night while I was drawing some fan art of Ahsoka Tano from Star Wars Clone Wars and Rebels.

I also talk about the status of my next coloring book, my work on the Werewolves and Unicorns Anthology book that I am involved in, and my plans for the summer.

Stay tuned for more information about both! And I hope you are having a wonderful June so far. 😀


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Drawing a Damask Pattern Adult Coloring Page Process Video

Hello, everyone! Yesterday I recorded the entire process of my newest drawing, a damask inspired adult coloring page.

I draw in Clip Studio Paint, and as I worked, I had a free program, OBS, running on my monitor to capture every line as I drew it. The drawing itself took five hours–probably a bit more–and I sped the video up 45 times, so that it could be viewed in under five minutes. Why so short? Because I had an original song that I wrote that I wanted to use as background music! Plus, because shorter videos are easier to digest/watch than longer ones.

The finished drawing will be included in a new project I am working on, and is available as a free download here on my site.

I hope that you enjoy watching the video, and if you would like to see more process videos like these, please consider subscribing to my YouTube channel.


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How to draw a mandala in Clip Studio Paint

Click on this picture, to download a full-size .jpg you can print out and color.

Hello, everyone!

This afternoon, I was in the mood to draw a mandala, and I decided I would record my process as I worked.

Currently, I work almost entirely digitally, and when I create my mandalas, I use the super awesome art program, Clip Studio Paint.

Created for comic book and manga artists, the program is a joy to draw in, and has lots of time-saving tools, like the symmetry ruler, which you can see me using in the video.

Take a look at the video, and if you’d like to color the mandala I drew, you can download it as a free printable by clicking on the mandala image above.

Let me know what you think of the video and the mandala!


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And now for something completely different…fan art!

Lately I’ve been trying to do warm-up drawings during the day—different fan art of characters that I enjoy. I have also been livestreaming the process over on my YouTube channel.

Here are the latest two, Salacious Crumb from Star Wars, and Lion-O, from the Thundercats.


If you like this sort of thing, please go follow me over on YouTube, and leave me a comment. I’d love to hear from you!

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New coloring book for June: Easy Mandalas

New: Easy Mandala Coloring Book for Kids and Beginners

Well, it’s June 1, the school year is just about over here in my neck of the woods, and I have been looking toward summer. My son will be home, but I have plans to complete a few projects that I have in the works—despite the inevitable distractions my son will bring. 😀

One of those is a new coloring book. I am starting a new series of coloring books that will be geared toward colorists of all skill levels, from kids to seniors. The first one is almost ready to go. I just need to finish laying out the cover, and do a few last minute checks of the interior. Here’s the work-in-progress cover design so far.

What do you think?

Once it’s live, I’ll post a freebie coloring page for you from the book. Look for it to be available mid-June. But I’ll let you guys know. 😀

My latest coloring book, which will be available this month.