• Sketchbook: Best of Week 21.08.16

    I didn’t get as much sketching done this week as I’d have liked. I was busy trying to complete design projects and had a baseball tournament over the weekend. Still, I’ve decided to post a best of the week so here it is. I like the playfulness of both the concept and the lines. If […]

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  • Tips for Art / Illustration Block

    I’ve always had a bit of difficulty deciding what direction to take my blog. I’ve finally made a decision to post regularly regarding sketchbooks, advice for peers, and advice for clients. This advice is for other creatives. Tips for Art / Illustration¬†Block I’ve discovered that the largest obstacle for me was fear of not being […]

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  • Sketchbook: Best of Week 12.08.16

    Here we go, folks. This is the best sketch of the week. I chose this sketch because I liked the balance between the ink and watercolour. Sometimes I find the ink can be overpowering but I imagine it’s how I apply it. The top could have been better but it’s something that could be avoided […]

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  • Full Sketchbook (2009-2015)

    I’ve been working on some larger design projects this year which has left me to fill my social media with illustration. I’ve always been so unsure about if what I am posting is good enough, if my style is good enough, if my style has definition, and every other bit of art insecurity. Trouble is, […]

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  • Art, Tea, and Books

    I wanted to update you as to where you can find some of my illustration/art originals for sale. There is something special about seeing pieces in person versus on a screen. I currently have pieces hanging at: The Keephills Public Library in the Hamlet of Keephills 15 – 51515 RR 32A Perks Coffee House King […]

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  • Is It Time To Update Your Logo?

    I’ve been working on a few logo updates lately. How do you know when it’s time to update your logo? It needs to be a calculated decision. You need to review and consider the following points. Did you forget to initially invest in a good design? Some business owners are strapped for cash when getting […]

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  • Client Highlight: Family and Community Support Services Association of Alberta

    I’ve recently been working with an organization that you may be familiar with if you are a local Albertan: FCSSAA – Family and Community Support Services Association of Alberta. They are an incorporated non-profit society that provides support services to over 200 FCSS programs across Alberta. FCSS is where “locally-driven preventive initiatives can be developed, […]

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  • A Reintroduction to Colouring

    It’s been awhile! Let’s get straight to it then! I’ve seen many questions regarding adult colouring and since I’ve started releasing some of my own I thought I’d offer some answers. Adult Colouring FAQ Q: How do I choose a book? A: If you are new to colouring or haven’t done it in years, you […]

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  • Dynamic Duo

    You may or may not know that I don’t offer website creation services (this doesn’t include web graphics). It just isn’t my passion and I think the person you hire should be passionate. I do understand though that some of my clients need that service which is why I’ve started a dynamic duo with Jennifer […]

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  • Introducing Timotheories

    I wanted to tell you about a relatively new blog that follows suit to my last post. May I introduce you to Timotheories, written by Tim Kuefler. It is a curated discussion about various art forms and interesting tangents. The writing style has similarities of that found in The Time Machine by H.G. Wells. Thus […]

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