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A dragon is the first thing that I learned how to draw. I started drawing around seven years ago and I am still going strong, although I don't draw as often as I should. Every time I see a dragon I think of the time that my dad spent with me teaching me how to draw and it motivates me to continue drawing. I want to master all forms of drawing that I possibly can and bring it along to my work.

A dragon is the first thing that I learned how to draw. I started drawing around seven years ago and I am still going strong, although I don't draw as often as I should. Every time I see a dragon I think of the time that my dad spent with me teaching me how to draw and it motivates me to continue drawing. I want to master all forms of drawing that I possibly can and bring it along to my work.

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Pen-and-ink designs, something interesting to make the eye out of instead of watercolor?

Pen-and-ink designs, something interesting to make the eye out of instead of watercolor?

Whale sketch. This drawing reminds me of how depletion of fish stocks leads to the devastation of orca populations.

Whale sketch. This drawing reminds me of how depletion of fish stocks leads to the devastation of orca populations.

Inspired to doodle in the round

Inspired to doodle in the round

Ilustraciones diarias en miniatura por Derek Myers

Ilustraciones diarias en miniatura por Derek Myers

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Medusa's visage has since been adopted by many women as a symbol of female rage; one of the first publications to express this idea was a feminist journal called Women: A Journal of Liberation in their issue one, volume six for 1978. The cover featured the image of the Gorgon Medusa by Froggi Lupton, which the editors on the inside cover explained "can be a map to guide us through our terrors, through the depths of our anger into the sources of our power as women."

Medusa's visage has since been adopted by many women as a symbol of female rage; one of the first publications to express this idea was a feminist journal called Women: A Journal of Liberation in their issue one, volume six for 1978. The cover featured the image of the Gorgon Medusa by Froggi Lupton, which the editors on the inside cover explained "can be a map to guide us through our terrors, through the depths of our anger into the sources of our power as women."