Sunday, November 24, 2013

Fantasy Basketball Fanart

While I'm posting things, here is some fanart I made.  I am a big fan of illustrator Sam Bosma, and when he came out with his comic Fantasy Basketball, I was inspired to do this drawing of one of the characters.  You can download a copy here.  (Seriously, you should, it's pretty great.)

Saturday, November 23, 2013

Voltron Begins

Everyone remembers Voltron, right?  I haven't posted much lately, but I have been busy with a class - it is a mentorship through SmART School with Dan Dos Santos. This was our first project - we were supposed to take our favorite cartoon as a kid and paint a hypothetical movie poster for a live-action remake of the show.  I don't know if this succeeds as a poster, but I hope it conveys the most important message of the show, which was that eight-year old me thought it would be really awesome to fly around in a giant robot lion.

Actually, adult me thinks that would still be pretty awesome.

Anyway, I'm learning a lot from the class and have gotten some really great feedback.  I have two more assignments which I hope to put up here when I finish them.

Monday, September 30, 2013

Monster Portraits

Just a few quick monster portraits I did for fun.

Thursday, September 19, 2013

And Also These

I also forgot to add these.


Some Things of Interest

Here are some more drawings and sketches that may be of interest. More...

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Tiger Stylish

Chipping away at my backlog of things to post, here is a project I did for the Eastern PA Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators' Illustrator's Day, which was back in June (and it is now, uh, September.)  Anyway, we were given a text of a picture book and told to develop a design for the main character.  The text was for a book called Mr. Tiger Goes Wild, it was about a tiger who becomes tired of the stuffy society he lives in and runs off into the wilderness.  Eventually he becomes homesick and returns, but the other animals have learned to accept him and his wild ways.

These are the drawings I did.  At the event, I learned that the book was written and illustrated by the talented and hilarious Peter Brown - whose Creepy Carrots! had recently recieved a Caldecott Honor. The book had not come out at the time, but you can now check out the real author's much more classy-looking Mr. Tiger here.

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Stack of Grackles

Also, here is a stack of grackles. 

I guess it's an ecological competitor of the tower of owls I drew a while back

Monday, April 22, 2013


Here is another thing I did - an octopus drawing, or "Drawctopus"

I'm sorry - that barely even rises to the level of being a terrible pun.

Sunday, April 21, 2013


Wow, almost a year since I last posted.  I have been working on a few projects, but I haven't kept on top of things by posting them here.  Sometimes I suspect that I am not really a human, but a sloth trying to do his best human impression.  To illustrate, here is a picture of a sloth wearing people clothes.