Monday, January 31, 2011

Cold Hard Cache

I was lucky enough to get a scanner as a graduation gift and have finally been able to make images of my art and doodling (images?). I went through my past illustrations and things that I've created in the past six years or so, being a little picky but not exceptionally picky. Anyways, check out this giant backlog of my work!

Here is what I did for my senior project in high school. Circa 2005. Watercolor and ink on cold press watercolor paper.

And two linework pieces. Ink on bristol board.



Two CD jackets that I illustrated for a friend (these are not, in any way, the official jackets for these albums, they are my own creation). Both are ink on bristol board.


And these are a portion of the illustrations I've been working on lately. I was told my computer comes with a particular photo stitching software which it does: for PC. And I don't know anyone who owns a PC, let alone myself. I didn't realize this was conditional. Anyways, I'm trying to rectify this situation because I can't just have partially recorded and archived images.


Computers are still a learning process. I feel similarly about computers as I do sports: Some people are really good at them, I am not. So these things take some time to work out the kinks. At any rate, this is a start.

Tuesday, January 25, 2011


I have finally had some time on my hands to work on illustrating, something I've been wanting to do since I graduated high school. And after years of 3-d art making I have finally come back to where I've always wanted to be: graphic illustrations.

These are two pages I've done wherein I've been trying to figure out how to ink properly, testing layouts and telling a story in the most basic way.

22 January 2011

With detail.

25 January 2011

With detail.

I'm going to keep working on more test pages and eventually I will repost with scanned images instead of photographed images. I've been simply ecstatic to be learning so much just from trial and error.