This is what I’ve been working on for most of the summer, a (relatively) quick ash-canesque, black and white book for ‘How Harold Got His Wings’ (Written by the venerable Sarah Braun). The cover will be in colour, I’ll be staying up late tonight!
Just a sneak peek at my process. I draw at different sizes (And I had done my sketches for a larger format of book) so the toning is helping even out the shapes of the illustrations.
I’ll have this available at Fan Expo in Toronto, limited to 50, for $10. And you’ll get a scribble 😀
A new finished commission for you all to see. Awesome like a Possum!
Inked and coloured in photoshop.
I am finished with my semester and I have more time and energy to draw!
Here are a couple of fun pieces. One is a commission of Yoda, and the other is a bookmark I’ll be selling once I get my hands on a laminator.
I was hoping to have had these drawn last weekend, but school and work came first. After a minor, yet, major mistake (Wrong stuffed animals with the cats!.. oops, yes, that certainly warrants a free redraw) here they are.
I take these cutie commissions every now and again. If you’d like to be on my cutie list, let me know and I’ll put you on the priority list the next time I open them.
This is a commission that I just finished an, other than the 501st helmet and a couple of Chicagoland cards, I am complete;y caught up. This means I’ll be taking some commissions during March Break. Also, now and again I may do special, inexpensive cutie commissions, so watch this space!
Without further adieu, I give you Figment!
I have relocated successfully to Sudbury, Ontario and I’ve got a bunch of new art I can post, including a 30 card sketch card commission that I finished shortly before I left the left coast.
I haven’t been doing much drawing lately, what with moving and packing, but I’d like to let you all know that I am open for a few commissions so hit me up!
Oh, OK, because I feel guilty not posting some art, here is one of the commissions. I didn’t post it in a previous post, so here ’tis now!
I’m doing 50 sketch cards for Strictly Ink’s Doctor Who big Screen set. Mostly Daleks because, well Daleks are awesome.
I just have one scan to show you, I’m going to be going on a Dalekfest this weekend to finish them off.
I was honoured to be asked to participate in the ‘Empire Muggs Back’ charity fundraiser for Lucasfilm.
This Jaxxon Mighty Mugg will be for sale at San Diego Comiccon at the Lucasfilm booth, and all proceeds will go towards the Make A Wish foundation.
For those of you who don’t know, Jaxxon is a 6 foot tall jack rabbit scoundrel from the Marvel Star Wars comic books, so I felt it would just be awesome to turn him into a Mugg.
The lines are a little wobbly, acrylic isn’t my forte, but I had a lot of fun with him 🙂 I learned a lot of things that will help me with my TK project helmet, for sure.
Behind the break is how I did it!
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I recently got a bunch of large commissions for personal sketch cards, and I have added them to the custom sketch card gallery.
Here are a few of them to whet your appetite!