I’m not the greatest with this thing called typography, but I still try to push myself to experiment with it when I can.
Work in progress shot for the upcoming Square Carousel challenge that will be shared tomorrow!
It’s complicated and in progress.
GUTZ+GLITZ. Continuation of a collaboration with friend and colleague, Kristin Wong.
Gutz+Glitz. I was going to wait to post this, but I’ve just been on a roll.
Hope you guys like Lana Del Rey.
Work in progress, because I don’t post them often. Brush and ink so far.
Ya got spotted. WIP.
Workworkwork. Characters gotta have some style.
[I do have finished illustrations, but can’t post them until the zines are released by the end of the week so BOOM]
Sneaks and peeks of my piece for the first issue of Bone Crusher Zine which will be launched at the Urban Legends Show/Halloween Party 10.27.2012.
Can’t show this for another few weeks so you’re left hanging for awhile.
GOD I’m so weird.
Sneak peek of my possible illustration submission for Square Carousel Illustration Collective’s Challenge 22: Cloud Shapes!
Go check out these awesome people out @ squarecarousel.tumblr.com! They’re lovely colleagues of mine from SCAD and be on the look out for my submission in October!
Promotional piece for myself. I’m still deciding between this background and another version. Clients will be receiving this as an A3 poster in the mail (and some friends and family too). It will also serve as my opening page for my portfolio book.
Dip pen and ink with digital color.
Also, I can screen phone calls, just FYI.
This is old, like made back in January old. I found the files when I was cleaning out my computer last night. The piece I painted was for my one of my good friends, Dan, because his birthday was coming up so his girlfriend and I plotted where I would paint this piece and record it but not upload it until she received the original illustration to give to him, etc. I….never really mailed it out (I actually still have it somewhere, it might be back in my house in Maryland), but it was mainly because I didn’t think it was successful BUT, I liked how the video turned out.
Like my Margot Tenenbaum recording, I would have scanned the final product for the end, but this just gives you another idea how I work with watercolor and ink. The recording isn’t anything fancy, I just have a make-shift tripod out of garden planters and sculpey clay with my Canon PowerShot G11 and iMovie. And please excuse the state my room was in at the time.
I’m planning on doing one with how I work digitally. I’ll probably work on it this weekend actually.
Also, I’ve been doing some watercolor work lately for a client of mine. Cute city girls who ride bicycles and shop at farmers markets.
I realize I posted this yesterday, but I wanted to make sure with my client, Petite Alma, if it would be okay if I posted any work like this on my blog or website. So, you don’t get the scanned version, only a small Instagrammed idea of what I’m doing.
Graphite and watercolor.
Draft of a project I’m working on.
Can anyone get an idea what the subject is?
She hasn’t been on my blog in awhile. Lately Pi likes sleeping right next to my speakers when I have music playing. (Still working on that painting) (￣▽￣)
Maybe I’m getting the hang of this?