The Thin Black Line

Art by Kimberly Willming, please do not use without permission

Art by Kimberly Willming, please do not use without permission

Why do we draw? To project the world around us? To focus or exaggerate a beauty, a blemish, a thought? It's always fascinated me (this is Kimberly, Wendy is currently on set - update!) how art is generated, or more importantly why. For me, it's a relaxation method. I like to see details like I normally never pay attention to in my day to day. But it's also another way of learning myself or characters I am creating in my writing. No matter the reason, I have always been drawn to the female face, from the eyes to a strand of misplaced hair. It's the nuances of the female that I understand and have studied the most in my lifetime. And I think that's beautiful.

Art by Kimberly Willming, please do not use without permission.

Art by Kimberly Willming, please do not use without permission.

Art by Kimberly Willming, please do not use without permission

Art by Kimberly Willming, please do not use without permission

Art by Kimberly Willming, please do not use without permission

Art by Kimberly Willming, please do not use without permission