Tuesday, September 7, 2010

It's been a while since I have posted anything and I figured I was overdue. For those of you who don't know, I am doing a personal project that will be of 13 cute baby mythological creatures. Here is my first color comp/sketch. They will probably all be simple vignettes like this one. Initially I was planning to paint them in acrylics, but D-Hovey mentioned watercolor and I thought that might be nice too. What do you guys think?

Tuesday, April 13, 2010


Here are just a few pages from my latest sketchbook. You might recognize a few people. I hope to add more pages from my sketchbook as soon as I get the time. :-)

Saturday, March 27, 2010

This is my latest assignment for Groff's class. We got to pick out our assignment and Jordan Merchant suggested I do a book cover to Goldilocks and the Three Bears. When I presented my idea to Groff, he decided to make things ten thousand times harder and have me do the character designs plus a spot illustration. Thanks Groff. :-D
Here is the other part of Glick's final assignment. The black and white Mailer. Again, any suggestions will be appreciated. I would say more about these post's but my friend is currently trying to teach me Chinese and I am horrible at multitasking. Have a nice day and thanks for reading. I love you all.

One of the final assignments for Glick's class. We had to make a mailer. I'm still unsure about this one. Any suggestions will be appreciated. Thanks.
The second project I did for Glick's class. We only had a week to execute the final. We had to use the characters from the first project and incorporate them in a situation dealing with Haiti. I hate the type and eventually plan to take it out and completely redo it.

A piece I did at the beginning of this semester for Chris Payne's class. It was for the Aesop's Fable The Sheep and the Crow.
This was a character I designed last semester for character design. It was the only character we got to render in that class.

Monday, February 8, 2010

My character designs for Tom Glick's class. The theme was "Rodeo". Initially I had each character in this illustration as a separate character and then my friend Phil suggested I combine all three into one illustration and I came up with this. Thanks for the advice Phil! :-)