Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Silly Old Bear

I admit Winnie the Pooh was my favorite to draw. I think it was his fat cheeks and sweet smile that one me over.

Minnie Mouse

Minnie is so fun to draw! I especially loved drawing her big bow! Of course this was one of the girls favorite things to draw that came to my class.


Some of you may know I worked for Disney in 2005. I taught visitors to Disney World how to draw Disney characters. It was one of my favorite jobs! I would usually give away my drawing at the end of each class but I still have a few to show out of the thousands I drew.

At Play

Play hard! This was one of my first of many other colored pencil pictures. The joy on the little boys face and his bare toes captured my heart.


We learn so fast as children and part of growing up is learning how to use our imagination. Napoleon Bonaparte once said "Imagination rules the world" I believe this is true, our imagination proceeds our actions so dream BiG!


I love babies. So precious and so very important to our country. It's important that we teach the rising generation good morals in order to keep a free America.

Thursday, December 2, 2010


The Makafeke is a trap used in Tonga for octopus, it usually has shiny objects on it to attract the octopi and large hidden hook for the kill. We all have personal makafekes, this how I imagined mine.


This illustration was for a story about a boy who's stick horse turns into a magical stallion. The story is still in the dummy stage but it's going to be great. The Author is Russell Olsen.

Sunday, November 14, 2010

This is the revision to the first giraffe picture. I like having the background in this rendition, but what do you guys think?

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Ok, so I created this picture as a political statement. Don't you ever feel, we as the American people, are under a magnify glass? Privacy is no longer a freedom we now live in the fishbowl of America.

Friday, November 5, 2010

Alice Before Wonderland

I love the story of Alice but I had a desire to give it a slight makeover in color choice and dress style. The origional has the rabbit jumping out of the frame.