Posted by on Nov 11, 2014


Studio Sketches – A Way to Continue Learning and Growing

My studio is a wonderful part of my life that I truly cherish. When I walk up the stairs I always feel that I’ve entered a magical place where all things are possible. It is also a place that serves as inspiration when I’m drawing in my sketchbook.


I’ve recently challenge myself to create 100 pages of sketches between now and March 31st. I’m going to be writing a longer post about that later, explaining what I’m doing and why, but for now, here are some of the sketches that I have done so far. You’ll see that my studio is not only the place where I work, but often also the subject of my work.


The sketches in this post include the entry to the studio, some art supplies and my “creatively cluttered” work space. If you look closely, you may see images that remind you of illustrations I’ve done, or you may get a peek into works in progress. I will continue to post other sketches from time to time, and the new sketches I create will also be included in my on-going “100 Pages Project”.



What about you? What do you do to make sure you keep growing and learning?