Sarah lives in Perth, Western Australia and works as a Graphic Designer in a small studio.
In her free time, she likes to doodle using pencils or ballpoint pens on loose pieces of paper. Try as she might, she could never fill up an art journal with awesome doodles, like they seem to always do in the movies.
Once she jumps on the computer, her tools of choice are Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, a scanner and a Wacom tablet. Flash is pretty cool for doodle-type vectors too.
Her style is bold, colourful, and influenced by graffiti and skater art. Nothing looks as cool as it does on a skateboard, does it?
Most of all, she loves sharing her art and learning from other artists.
Honest to god, this happened to my sister. I couldn’t stop laughing when she told me, I thought it best to share this story with you. / My Inspiration / Way back when, my sister was playing with her friends on a giant see-saw (yes, giant see-saw) and they were all at one end of the plank. They all decided to walk over to the other end when my sister pointed out a frog hanging out under the…
Luckily, there is a small exhibition gallery down the road from my work. And even luckier for me, they always have the most intriguing and, for lack of a better word, youthful pieces on display. / They have previously presented the artwork of Stormie Mills, which I truly appreciated since I have seen his work on the walls of Perth for a while now. And today they had a few pieces from a WA artist …
“Not funny guys. Not funny.” / A list of my other comics – Have a peek
I am hoping to create a comic every Friday and I will keep adding the link to each of them to the list below. / My babies, Kissy and Max, are my muses, with the help of my partner, Rajiv. Creating these little comics is my way of documenting the funny little things that I encounter in my life. / Friday Comics / 2011 / Max plays with a see-saw / January 20, 2011 / 2010 / Kissy and Max go window sh…