I'm Back!

Hello everyone! I apologize for taking so long to update this side of my site. A lot has been happening on my end. Namely, heartbreak, juggling 4 jobs (three part-time creative jobs and 1 full-time marketing job) and friendships, and finding myself and my style. 


I've struggled a lot over the years with having too many fires burning at once or using life as a distraction from me practicing on my skills. Heartbreak has been one of the most effective motivators and catalyst of growth for me. I've always made substantial leaps during that emotionally devastating process. This time is no different. I've learned so much about myself and it is still in the early stages. 


During this last week, I've worked on a lot of design pieces. Some were commissioned, some for my day job, and some were personal.

Here's a glimpse at some of my sketches from the last week: 



I'll be posting some of the finalized work to my site in the coming week and I'll try to post more from my sketchbook as they come. 





I've decided to start doing a 25 Days of Inkmas challenge. I ended up missing Inktober this year so I'm using this as a substitute.

I've been in a rut when it comes to my art for a while. I haven't been doing enough sketches and I don't do scenes very often. Finishing big projects has been a challenge as well.

This has got to change. If I'm going to get anywhere in this industry I need to be better than I am now. Always strive for improvement. 

Here are the first two days of Inkmas: 


- Bron

The Fifth of November

Hello all! Im incredibly excited to introduce my portfolio site to the world. It's been a work-in-progress for a long time. 

In addition to a visual artist, I am a bit of a verbal storyteller. So, I decide to use my sketchbook area as a small blog focused solely on my artsy thoughts/stories in addition to highlighting my practice work.


I shall leave you with this: 

 "Remember, remember! The fifth of November, The Gunpowder treason and plot; I know of no reason Why the Gunpowder treason should ever be forgot!"

- Guy Fawkes (Also quoted by V from V for Vendetta)

I hope you all enjoy my site!

-Bronlynn, The Mad Artist