I shared this first with my Coffee Beans, but I'm getting along with the series now so I feel it's a good time to tease the rest of you! Introducing Fine Art, But Animals: a series of digital art wherein I recreate famous paintings but change the subjects into animals. My first piece was this... Continue Reading →
It's the new year, cats*! Since the end of December is a holiday I decided to postpone my website update until now. But here's what's been going on since I shared my schedule: Weekly Posts I recently created a publishing schedule for myself, and so far so good. With the exception of this past Monday... Continue Reading →
This month has already been quite the roller coaster! What with starting Patreon and my recent You Tube channel and a few commissions, I've been working hard to find my rhythm. After careful consideration, I think I have determined a good publishing schedule that will give everyone a steady flow of content and keep me... Continue Reading →
Dear followers, To say it's been a while since I've posted anything here is an understatement. It's not for lack of want, but more for lack of energy and time to spare. I've recently been in a bit of a low with my mental illnesses. I haven't had restful sleep in a while due to... Continue Reading →
During Inktober I learned of a wicked company called 8x10 that serves as a platform for artists to sell prints to their patrons easily. So I put up my first print for sale! Go get one before they're all gone!
Happy November 1st! To those of you that observe Día de los Muertos, I want to wish you amor para siempre! I didn't grow up observing this holiday with my Cuban family, but I feel so connected to its meaning. While my family views death and passing as a time for solemn grief, I find... Continue Reading →
Well, October is soon coming to a close and I only have one Inktober drawing left to complete. It has been quite a journey and I am extremely glad that I took on the project. Here are some of the pieces from this month:
I have been keeping up with this year's Inktober prompts, although digitally instead of the traditional ink on paper. I have to say it is pretty time consuming, but worthwhile in how much you grow and learn as an artist. Here's a sample of some of the drawings: