Throughout college, I lived above a barber shop. The owner, Steve, was a sweet guy with an infectious smile and a way of making you feel comfortable. When we were asked to spotlight a local business for a class, there was no other choice. I had to draw Steve.
After a day or two of convincing, I finally managed to sit down with him and get to know him one on one. Ever since then, he's been a close friend.
I feel drawing someone opens up a part of a person that you've never seen before. If you want to really, truly know someone, sit down and draw them for a few hours. Concentrate on their expressions, the way their hands move, their posture, everything.
Join the rebellion against St. Valentines Day by telling your 'sweetheart' how you really feel. Available in several popular sayings, from the simple 'Asshole' to the classic 'Go To Hell'. Each created by hand, one-of-a-kind.
Watercolor and india ink on 500lb coldpress watercolor paper with metallic finish.
The Gemlings are cute little beings that help bring calm and peace of mind to even the most hectic of individuals. Based off of Quartz, Agate, Selenite and other gems, each Gemling has specific characteristics carefully chosen to bring maximum creativity and calm. The book features word searches, coloring pages, games and more, this is perfect for long car rides, planes, busses, and more.
Fun for all ages!
Created as part of a seasonal illustration project, each of these liquors are based off of a different drink from different countries around the world. The name is based on the latin name for moth, and each girls color scheme (and seal) is based off a moth from their respective countries.
A collection of fanart pieces I created using a variety of techniques. Whenever I can't think of anything to draw, I usually find myself coming back to Pokemon, Steven Universe, or whatever else I happen to be watching at the time.
Crated as part of a branding project in college, Tuckers Boutique was aimed towards the fabulous world of Drag. I was impressed the amount of work these ladies went through to get the perfect, fierce look. I tried to emulate that glamour with bright, in-your-face patterns (used tastefully, of course) and strong, black lines reminiscent of a Divas eyeliner.
A few pages from my sketch books of my favorite pinups, scribbles, doodles, sketches, art farts, ect. These are just for fun, so I've experimented quite a bit with styles and mediums.