We’re so inspired by the Graphic Motion Artist behind the Power of Pentel, Jackie Whisler we wanted to know how she did it. From start to finish, what were the steps she took to create the inspirational superheroes that we can all relate to? She shared some quick steps with us, which will hopefully inspire you to put pen or pencil to paper.
Have you ever had to deal with a furniture piece you ended up hating?
We sat down with the artist behind Power of Pentel , Jackie Whisler and learned how she gets inspired day-to-day. Whether it’s through her hobbies, the comics she reads, the super power she’d love to have or her history with drawing we think that she’ll inspire us all to find our inner super-hero.
Working on the go is something that’s become a complete norm now with so many freelancers and telecommuters. Not every job requires travel but I’m talking about even the day to day of shuffling from meeting to meeting. I’d create a work on the go kit if I could OR you can just round up your own stuff and keep it together.
I'm currently working on a series of sketchbook style illustrations of common cultivated garden plants; there's a possibility these will illustrate a book on foraging in the garden in the next year or so. -- Lizzie Harper