Saturday, June 27, 2009

I know, I know, it's been ages.

It doesn't help that I'm extraordinarily lazy. Here are a couple new illustrations from me.

First we have the stupid monster. He thought he was pretty sneaky, but forgot one little thing...

And second, we have a piece that shows just what a good book can do for you.

Until next time!

Thursday, March 12, 2009


Illustration Friday--Intricate.
Bottom line, I just love drawing elegant ladies.

Monday, March 2, 2009


I'm going to New York this week, and I'm not going to have the time to do anything for Digital Illustration this week unless I do it now. So, I went ahead and made an image for this week's word, "Breezy."
I really enjoyed making this piece. I love the colors, the design, the concept, and some of the linework I think is nice. And I think that's the first time I've drawn water that even looks semi-attractive. I put a lot of heart into this piece, and I really love the result.
Hope Bro. Fransen is doing better!

Thursday, February 26, 2009


Illustration Friday--Instinct.
Mostly, I just love tigers.

Thursday, February 19, 2009


A new addition to the family!
I'm expecting another nephew or niece in a couple months. I have babies on the mind. Balloon... babies. Yes...

Wednesday, February 11, 2009


With his time run out, he is no longer confined by the shackles of mortality.

Wednesday, February 4, 2009


Angels are supposed to be flawless, so what does he become when he loses a wing?

Oil liftout technique learned in Digital Illustration--I have the feeling I overworked it a bit...

Wednesday, January 28, 2009


Jack and the Beanstalk."
I never liked Jack. He's gullible, dishonest, avaricious, and by the end of the story he's guilty of manslaughter!
I hope that harp gets him in big trouble.
Illustration Friday prompt--Climbing.

Wednesday, January 21, 2009


"Bluebeard had given her power to roam the entire chateau, except for one room which was always locked. When he had to leave on a voyage, he gave her all the keys to the household, including the key to the forbidden room. As soon as he was gone, she hastened to the room to see what was inside..."

This illustration is based on Charles Perrault's story of Bluebeard. I imagine the heroine as apprehensive and pale as she approaches her husband's hidden secrets.

Thursday, January 8, 2009

Ye Aulde Blauge

This is my blog. This is where I will put bloggable materials. Fear the blogness.