A while back I made a video showing the first third of a sketchbook I finished this last December. To see that, watch Part 1, the video, below: Continue reading “December 2014’s Sketchbook… in Vlog”
The Women Warriors Project was something I started a little over a year ago.
I did this to not only build up a portfolio of artwork, but to give something to others that I didn’t have when I grew up: an illustrated history of women heroes.
Well, I drew up some heroes and put them up on Tumblr… Continue reading “Why the Women Warriors Project Has Been Turbulent”
I’m one of those oddball people who looks in the mirror and says compliments about myself, like, “Damn my chin looks sexy today!” Or “my eyes are so expressive and pretty.”
I posted about it on Twitter and one response was…
@KelciDCrawford Not weird. Fabulous. LOVE YOURSELF
And it made me think, “…loving yourself seems almost counter cultural, doesn’t it?” Continue reading “How to Use a Mirror”
When I started the new year, my original goal was to make 1 new eBook a month, and each book would have sketches I made over the course of the month, focused around a specific theme.
The first book finished was the Superhero Ladies Sketchbook (which is available now over on Gumroad). While it was fun to make, it was…intensive. Continue reading “Monthly eBook Challenge is…Not Monthly?”
This question has plagued college students for millenia.
Professors and instructors love to push the idea onto students that, “Yes you need an internship! In fact might I recommend these ones from a handy list I haven’t updated in ten years?” Continue reading “Should You Get An Internship?”