Thursday, May 23, 2019

Doodle No. 12 Sending Good Vibes from the Third Moon of Planet Rainbow

Who couldn’t use a few more good vibes and some rainbows?


3” by 3”
Prismacolor ink and Prismacolor pencil on Borden & Riley 108 lb paper

This piece is a gift for a good friend, but I wanted to give it to a lot of people. So I made stickers. Next time you see me, ask me for a sticker.

Thanks for looking. 

Sunday, May 19, 2019

Doodle No. 11 Purple Hole

Prismacolor pencils on Borden & Riley 108 lb paper

3” by 3” because sometimes I like to work small

I gave this one to a friend who works on stuff that goes into space.

Thanks for looking. 

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Doodle No. 10 Coral Hole


3” by 3”
Prismacolor ink and pencils on Borden & Riley 108 lb paper

This piece is sold.

I made this one tiny so I could fill up all the space because filling up all the space is so satisfying. 

Saturday, May 11, 2019

Doodle No. 9 Inside a Donut

Donuts are more delicious on the inside.

5” by 7” Prismacolor ink and Prismacolor pencils on 108 lb Borden & Riley Paper
This drawing is available in my Etsy shop. There’s only one.

Find shirts, mugs, notebooks and stickers, printed on demand, in my Threadless shop: https://gwenbeads.threadless.com/

Thanks for looking. 

Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Doodle No. 8 Double Black Hole

Sometimes, you have to go full double rainbow.

8” by 10” Prismacolor ink and Prismacolor pencils on 108 lb Borden & Riley Paper
This piece is sold. 
 Detail.
Thanks for looking. 

Thursday, May 2, 2019

Doodle No. 7 Black Hole with Bubblegum Planet and Bacteriophages

Who knew there was a whole planet made of bubblegum? This black hole is plagued by phages and other microbes.

5” by 7” Prismacolor ink and Prismacolor pencils on 108 lb Borden & Riley paper.  
This piece is sold, but you can buy t-shirts and other items with this image here: https://gwenbeads.threadless.com/designs/doodle-no-7-black-hole-with-bacteriophage

Thanks for looking. 

Sunday, April 28, 2019

Doodle No. 5 Dog Planet

There is a planet that is only populated with dogs. One of its moons is all cats. In fact, the dogs on Dog Planet look just like my dog, and I used to have a gray cat that looked a lot like the cat on Moon Cat.

None of this is a coincidence.

There is a little bit of Marty Kenney in every seahorse I draw, and the lizards too. Or maybe they’re crocodiles. It’s hard to know without a scale. The angler fish and the fox just showed up, and I’m pretty sure the spider has always lived there.
This piece is sold.

This is my dog Kepler, the guy in the moon. He’s softer than he looks, which means a he’s ridiculously soft.


Thanks for looking. 
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