Welcome to Steve’s Sketchbook, featuring a collection of whatever I decide to sketch. The artwork here is mainly digital drawings and paintings created using an iPad, or even just an iPhone for some of the earlier pieces. Below are the most recent Sketchbook entries. See the full list here.
Also check out @stevessketchbook on Instagram! That profile is dedicated to art, separate from the main @Burnsland profile.
A policeman loudly blowing his whistle is the second member of the People of Burnsland series from Steve’s Sketchbook.
Kicking off a new series in Steve’s Sketchbook of the People of Burnsland, here is the Mayor of Burnsland, if Burnsland had a mayor.
Here is a look at the making of our Christmas card for 2020. We hope we can all use the lessons learned in 2020 to find joy in 2021!
A watercolor-style painting of a star above the manger where the baby Jesus laid after his birth, bringing joy to the world. Merry Christmas!
Even though Santa looks different each time we see him, we always know that it is him, such as in the latest from Steve’s Sketchbook.
A quick sketch of a Christmas wreath is one of the many gifts to you from Steve’s Sketchbook. Just a quick post about it, too.
A young boy shares a laugh with Santa Claus from Steve’s Sketchbook. What is the story behind the artwork? Read all about it!
Think thankfully, or in other words, change your mindset so that you are thankful for what you have. And do it all year long, too.
A sketch of a man with an umbrella is the latest entry in Steve’s Sketchbook, and this is the first actual Sketchbook sketch in a while.
Bubba the Wonder Horse is the latest entry in Steve’s Sketchbook. He has been through a lot, earning his nickname well.
See the full list of Steve’s Sketchbook posts here.