Tiny doodle books beget tiny doodles. (From the Circles 2016 conference)
Attending the Circles Conference in Grapevine, Texas, for work, and they gave me a doodle pad.
A. Doodle. Pad.
Let the sheer joy and beauty of that statement sink in, fellow doodlers.
My friend and co-worker, Cameron Lawrence, for the November-December 2016 issue of In Touch magazine.
Some of my recent pieces. The top three are contributor portraits for the September-October 2016 issue of In Touch magazine. The storm scene is for the second volume of children’s stories which will be published this Fall. The cartoony dude was a doodle that got out of control and became a full-blown illustration.
All images (except for the “stepping out on faith” doodle) are copyrighted ©In Touch Ministries, and used by permission.
Aloof doodles can be sooooo uppity sometimes.
I realized I had never posted a subject photograph of any of the portraits I’ve shared with you guys, and, for all you knew, my finished illustrations could’ve looked nothing like the author I was illustrating. Well, I knew I needed to remedy that, so here you go…. a photo and a progress shot, along with the finished piece.
It’s like a 3-for-1 deal, and you didn’t even have to have a coupon!
This portrait will appear in the July-August 2016 issue of In Touch magazine.
Finished illustration is Copyright ©In Touch Ministries. Used with permission.