Watercolor figure drawing.
Thanks to the loveliest Liz Mooney (www.lizmooney.com) I have an amazing stock of reference photos for pieces such as this one. Watercolor with a touch of goache is rapidly becoming my favorite approach…
Here, have a princess-y thing!
The prompt for this assignment was pretty self-explanatory, but still fun! I decided to look to ancient Greek pottery for inspiration, since this play takes place just outside of Athens (hence the color scheme and forced profiles.)
There’s nothing more entertaining than some good ol’ fashioned character sketches! Art school hipsters are too far too easy to satirize.
Concept art for my upcoming children’s book with author David Jensen. The story stresses communication and the importance of friendship. More updates on “The Lonely Leopard” coming soon! Photoshop.
A tongue-in-cheek piece about my favorite city, Los Angeles! Inspired by vintage postcards and Hannah Barbara cartoons. No vectors here! All Photoshop linework.
No, it’s not Rapunzel! “The Gift of the Magi” is a sad but heartwarming holiday tale from the turn of the century. Done in pen and ink with watercolor.
Blame it on those gnomes! A little comic done in pen and ink with watercolor. Zoom in for a full view…