Cyanotype of dirt. Image edited in Photoshop.
A charity piece created for Swim On Zine Vol. 3.
A commission piece. The client wanted a chicken and a barn and to have the country feel.
Love in Twain
Inspired by the Shakespeare Poem "The Phoenix and the Turtle"
The final design for my butler character, Emory Scalce.
A woodburning (by hand) of a Call Duck
Back in 2016 I got an endoscopy done and asked for the images afterwords. The pictures showed glimmers of looking not like a throat but of something fantastical and so I translated these images through the use of watercolor to show not only myself but how pretty the human body can really be.
Completed Summer 2016
Centipede Monkey after Lunch
A fictional children's book cover
Paradise by the Dashboard Light
Based off the song Paradise by the Dashboard Light by Meat Loaf
Personal Project / Zine Entry
Created for the Big Mermaid Zine
A Watercolor Commission of a new teacher's first school
A human representation of my favorite planet, Saturn
Fan art of the show NBC Hannibal, a comedic take on the characters
Vegetable Man Character Design
Two-Spread of character exploration for my character Vegetable Man. Mostly figure out his head.
Character design sketches based off cloud shapes.
Character Design Sketch
A quick turnaround of a currently unnamed personal trainer character with the initial concept sketches at the bottom as well as color layouts
Portrait sketch based off a person saw on the bus
nsect sketches mostly using a Camera Lucida
On location sketches of animals at the zoo
A sketch of a parasaurolophus that was also a possible tattoo design for me
Bridge on the Scioto River.
Sketches of people sitting on the grass
Drawn from life
Barred Owl Sketch
Barred Owl Sketch
Drawn from Image
Mickey Mouse Notes
Mickey Mouse Pose Exploration
Still-Frames from Cartoons
Exploring how to caricature trees
Urban Legends: Snap Bracelets
An inktober piece with the prompt "Urban Legends"
I did the urban legend of snap bracelets cutting arterties to the extreme
One Line Sketch
One line drawings of me (left) and my boyfriend (right) surrounded by doodles of a dancing couple.
Works with hours of blood, sweat and tears in them
Pages from my real life or digital sketchbook that aren't necessarily fully rendered masterpieces.