nism: Hi, I’m Nathan Stapleton-McKinzie. I’ve always loved to draw and paint. I studied painting for a while in Carbondale, Illinois. From there I spent some time Upstate New York where I was represented by the Varga Gallery. At the moment I am working as a Freelance Designer/Flash Animator and living in the Windy City of Chicago. I love coffee and working on art late into the night.
Charles Eric William Carroll: Drawing is my love. I love to draw.
I have a bad day job…doesn’t sound too unfamiliar does it? well, I have decided I NEED to make a new way out of that junk and on to something I can’t stop doing! so here I am!
Want a drawing? I’m down to draw it! Want to be friends elsewhere? I’m down too! Charles Eric William Carroll on Facebook will bring you to my profile, or facebook/charliecarroll. I have a daily drawing sketchbook up too.
Besides drawing, here’s some other cool stuff you may like too! Hiking, climbing, playing guitar, drums, bass, sitar, making music on the computer, jamming with your brother and friends, high-fiving the President, drinking tea, exploring new land, meeting people, people watching, trying new things, being nervous because you’ve never done it before but you really want to try it out so you are doing it anyways, multi-tasking, making people smile when they should be smiling (which is always), and so more I’m sure you could add to the list.
When you are not much of a city person but you are stuck in the city you may as well focus on the best parts. I like the sunset golden light time of day. My favorite. Even makes the city seem at peace for a change.
These drawings are part of a series. They are all hand drawn. The drawing you are viewing will be replicated BY HAND rather than an artist print. It will be drawn specifically for YOU once ordered!
Baggelboy: Artist and illustrator. At the moment I live in Cambridge a small medieval city on the edge of the world. Originally from London I came here to study illustration and found the medieval life suited me.
The linocut pictures I make come from a mixture of the fun side of our darker life and the fairy tales that Grandma used to tell us. They are firmly rooted in the tradition of Medieval woodcuts and early book printing but with a little twist in the tail. Some of these pictures will become book illustrations and others are workings for larger prints and posters.