Well, you can't read my mind but you can read my blog. That's pretty close, right? I'll periodically update this with thoughts, things I've learned and what I'm working on so check back, read my words, and enjoy your sudo-mind reading abilities.
This is a series of illustrations I created based on the Folktale Week prompt list put out in November of 2018. The idea was to create and post one illustration based on a folktale every day for a week. Instead of picturing the more popular European folk and fairytales, I wanted to make pieces based on North American folktales. In American folktales, subjects are rugged and wild; cowboys, lumberjacks, pirates, and outlaws. At the time the Americas were being settled, the world had a very negative association with witches and magic. Because of this you see much less of a focus on witches and spells. Instead, American folk tales portray people with larger than life personalities and great senses of adventure.Read More
Take a deeper look into the characters I created for Hayden Aube's character quest and find out how you can participate!Read More
I've been working on integrating traditional pencil line work into my digital illustrations. Here is an overview of my process and results.Read More
I created this sketch of an older couple as part of an assignment for a backgrounds class I took through SVSLearn. Around the time that I started the class I began to stream my art on twitch so i was able to capture a lot of the process as I worked through this illustration. Here's a little behind-the-scenes look at my illustrationRead More
Its a cold snowy weekend and I'm stuck inside. I thought it would be fun to make some stick ponies - the heads have such a fun shape. Here's what I did and how it turned out.Read More