My first published art guidebook…

Hello world! 

I recently took time out from my drawing schedule to team up with Aaron Mullins to publish my first ever art guidebook! It is a guidebook on how to draw robots, for both adults and children, artists and non-artists, based upon the concept art for my Minor Malfunctions: Psychology of the Machine Exhibition.

The eBook contains step-by-step instruction on how to draw 10 different kinds of robots. The tagline reads:

“Robots. Where would we be without them? Those tireless engines of activity that power almost everything in our modern world. They so rarely get to relax, put their clunky feet up and give themselves an oil change.”

The eBook is free to download and is available in many different download formats, including Kindle, Epub and online readers.

Read or download it from here: How to Draw Robots by Katie O

Feel free to leave comments here or on the publisher’s website.

Katie O x


Hello world! ♥

Had a meeting today with a very lovely lady and have confirmed that I will be having a new exhibition this year! So motivation is high and my concept art is progressing well!

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Katie O x

Behind the scenes: exhibition ideas and concept art

Hello world! ♥

I have been very busy recently preparing for my next exhibition, which will be based around the merging of mechanical and natural objects. As you are probably aware, there is a lot of preparation that goes into any exhibit and for me this means sketching out many ideas until I find the ones that I want to bring to life!

So here is a sneak peek of some of the drawings that are currently being created within the pages of my sketchbook…

As you can see, there will be plenty of robots, androids, mechanical animals and unnatural landscapes going into this exhibition!

Check out the rest of the concept art here. As always, feel free to comment on my work.

Katie O x