Reach me at: Adambotsford at hotmail or gmail.

I'm an art student, and education major, working on my degree in special education with aspirations of breaking into the less than lucrative but ever appealing fields of illustration. Ideally, I'd like to break some ground with children's book illustration. My goal here is to get feedback, input, advice and overall get support in my goals! So in advance, thank you all!!

Much of the artwork posted is my own. If you're interested in commissions or special requests, simply message me for more details.
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A portrait I did sometime ago of thefrogman
adammbotsford:

Over this weekend, while dodging homework and downloading Oblivion, I drew a picture of a blogger here on Tumblr. Some of you may know Frogman, I believe his blog has become a big one. (Congratulations by the way!) But what inspired me to draw him was that he was one of my first exposure to bloggers on Tumblr. I remember one of the first I saw. This picture of a guy, laying on a couch, looking mildly disheveled with a story about his health struggles. It was neither the heroic survival story or one of tragic struggle. It was simply a post about how things were. It lacked hyperbole, dramatization, and pretense. It was fantastic. 
Since then, I’ve made efforts to look for other bloggers who write about their lives in a real, direct, day-to-day way that gives you a little glimpse of what it might actually feel like to be them. 
So thanks Frogman. And thank you to the loads of other amazing bloggers out there whose pages I read whenever I get the chance.

A portrait I did sometime ago of thefrogman

adammbotsford:

Over this weekend, while dodging homework and downloading Oblivion, I drew a picture of a blogger here on Tumblr. Some of you may know Frogman, I believe his blog has become a big one. (Congratulations by the way!) But what inspired me to draw him was that he was one of my first exposure to bloggers on Tumblr. I remember one of the first I saw. This picture of a guy, laying on a couch, looking mildly disheveled with a story about his health struggles. It was neither the heroic survival story or one of tragic struggle. It was simply a post about how things were. It lacked hyperbole, dramatization, and pretense. It was fantastic. 

Since then, I’ve made efforts to look for other bloggers who write about their lives in a real, direct, day-to-day way that gives you a little glimpse of what it might actually feel like to be them. 

So thanks Frogman. And thank you to the loads of other amazing bloggers out there whose pages I read whenever I get the chance.