Most recent letters
A fun warm-up exercise for your sketchbook that improves your technical skills at the same time.
Some quiet thoughts in the wake of George Floyd’s murder and all that has followed.
Why do I suddenly give up on something right when things seem on the verge of taking off?
As the lockdown continues, I’ve been thinking about what things from this period of self-isolation I want to keep.
Apparently seeing inside my sketchbook has inspired lots of you start drawing again - and that’s wonderful!
I’ve been keeping a visual journal during lockdown and I’ve learned to pay attention to the little things.
I break down the visual storytelling in this radical and fascinating graphic novel.
A good idea feels like a visitation and a chain reaction all at once!
I’ve lost too much time trying to study the craft instead of just getting my hands dirty and making mistakes.
Sketchbooks are supposed to be a place for creative freedom. But rarely feel like that. A very long post with lots of pictures!
The world locks down, we are left with little choice but to sit alone with our pain. Some thoughts on grief.
Some thoughts from the first days of lockdown - should you be making art out of all this chaos? Don’t feel guilty if you can’t.
I don’t know about you, but I feel insignificant in the face of extraordinary events.
This week I made a satirical video for The New York Times about this new coronavirus thing.
I’ve just finished my first sketchbook of the year! Here are some things I’ve learned.