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It's beginning to look a lot like Christmaaas. 🎶 Well, maybe not. But here are some Christmas ribbon brushes for Procreate! Perfect for adding shimmery accents in your illustrations, print on demand projects, clip art creations and more. I hope you like them!🎄


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My trusty white gel pen. Perfect for highlights!✨

This paper is the BEST. It's smooth and bright white. I find it perfect for pencil sketches, using markers, and even for print outs.

*The amazon links above are affiliate links. Meaning if you purchase after clicking my link, I make a small commission. This helps fund my business and I appreciate your support by shopping with my links! :)  These are all my absolute favorite tools and supplies! <3


My classes are offered on both Skillshare and Gumroad. (You'll get all the same class material, no matter which platform you choose!) Skillshare is a paid subscription service where you get access to ALL classes hosted on the site. (16 of which are mine!) But you may want to simply download a class and run! In that case, downloading from my Gumroad store might be the right way to go for you. 

Not sure which platform to choose or which class is right for you? Send me a DM on instagram!


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Watch A Class

Watch art classes at your own pace and on your time!

Learn by Doing

Each class has a custom project to help you put what you've learned into action!

GET 1-ON-1 

Want feedback? Get a critique from me where requested.

Prefer to download and run? Then Gumroad may be right for you.

Purchase stand-alone classes and learn at your own pace with these links below. Only a one-time fee at check out.

My Story


Ever since I was a little kid I would always have a sketchbook in hand... drawing everything from little fashion girls, to my cat, to celebrities...anything and everything! I had a passion for art and I was always encouraged by others to keep practicing. So I did!

Over the past decade, I've dedicated myself to serious study, attending more workshops and classes than I can count. I’ve studied with professionals, riffled through countless art books, studied the masters, and I've learned from my mistakes and successes through practice. And with all this study and practice, I’ve developed my skills and I’ve grown as an artist.


But I still remember how it felt in the beginning...

Struggling with my art, I remember telling my mom, "When I get this, I'm going to teach everyone how to do it!" The struggle was real! I would get so frustrated with myself in my art because I just couldn’t figure out how to make things look real, how to shade, how to blend, which colors to use where, how to paint someone’s likeness, etc! Because of this, I always knew I wanted to teach one day to help others through that struggle too.

I didn't get the opportunity to until 2013 when I was approached by someone at Skillshare to make an art class. I was hesitant at first, but I gave it a shot. Sixteen classes later, you may be able to tell I have a new passion!

I absolutely love teaching. My approach to teaching is: there are no secret tricks that I will hide from you! If there is something that I have felt has pushed me forward in my art, then you can be sure it will be shared in class and explained to the best of my ability.

In my classes, I try to get into the mind of the beginner. I try to remember how I felt when I was first starting out and all the struggles that came along with learning new ideas. From there, I build upon the basics, so as a more intermediate or advanced artist, you should still feel right at home in class.

I believe beauty is found in simplicity, so often I try to share basic fundamentals and principles that I believe help us in making more beautiful art.

The exciting thing is, I know I'll never be finished learning. So there's so much more to come. I’m so excited to learn more about art! And when I do, you can be sure I’ll share what I learn with you.

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