FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Is that traditional art or digital art?


I work in a traditional manner, but am not opposed to learning the digital form. I simply prefer the way that I have always created art. Back in my time in college, digital art was only just getting its start.




Will you be creating a YouTube or twitch channel?


I am seriously thinking about creating a YouTube channel for sharing tips and tricks and doing various tutorials on an array of topics. I have taught art off and on for a long time, so I think doing some teaching tutorials might be a lot of fun.




Do you do art licensing and commissions?


Most of my artwork are available for licensing purposes.

I am taking on small commissions, if the project is fitting. Please contact me for more details, for either licensing or commissions.




What art supplies do you use and where can I find them?


WATERCOLOR PAINTS: and other art materials not listed: Dick Blick in the tube, Daniel Smith Watercolors in the tube, and Winsor and Newton in the tube and pan

PENS: Micron Illustration Pens, Copic Markers Multi-liner Sepia Pigment Based Ink, Uni-Ball UM 153 Signo Broad Point Gel Pen

PAPER: Arches Watercolor Paper Pad, 140 pound, Cold Press and Canson Moulin du Roy Watercolor sheets and pads 40 pound Hot and Cold Pressed

PENCILS: Dixon no.2 lead pencil, Prisma Color pencil, Sargent Art Watercolor Pencil

I purchase my supplies from Amazon, Michaels arts and Crafts Store, Dick Blick, Danial Smith, Hobby Lobby, Joann Fabrics, and Sam Flax.




Where else can I buy your art, prints, and other products?


You can buy them through my website, Etsy store, or you can message me when you see me put something new on my instagram.