I was once told "you'll draw 1000 bad drawings, before you get a good one." So early on in my art education I set out to draw as much as possible, in order to get to the good stuff. I kept this habit as I moved on into my professional career. I draw to think, to relax, to learn. Below you'll get a breadth of what my pages look like. I draw on watercolor paper a lot, as it gives me the option to color my work. I try to draw a variety of things, but I find the human form to be infinitely varied and interesting.