Ted didn't realize how much of an ordeal it was to accidentally disturb the 10,000 year hibernation period of a mountain troll.
Earl knew eating all those Slim Jims wouldn't be sitting well with him in the morning.
Sketch of an owl in my Moleskin sketchbook....practice, practice, practice. :-)
Yet another Sunday night doodle while watching TV with my family. So many commercials, so much time to draw. :-)
Preliminary sketch done in my Moleskin sketchbook for the watercolor and ink illustration God Save The Queen. Available as signed fine art prints here.
Preliminary sketch in my Moleskin sketchbook for the fantasy watercolor and ink illustration Oracles, Omens and The Curiosity Of Innocence available now as signed fine art prints here.
Two sketches for a logo illustration for a food truck. Guess which one the client chose?
Final sketch for the Jerdon Mountain Challenge Logo. See final art in the logos portfolio section here.
Doodle in my Moleskin sketchbook for my watercolor and ink illustration The Catfields And McDawgs now available as signed fine art prints here.
Sketch for the illustration commissioned by Kid Stuff for their Fall 2013 catalog.
Sketch for the illustration created for the ebook Eville, USA by Julia Dweck.
Rough sketch for an illustration created for a child monitoring and alerting system app.
Character sketches created in developing the dragons commissioned and licensed by Paper House.
Developmental sketch for one of the illustrations created for the app Alien Eye.
How every illustration of mine begins, with a super rough gesture drawing to work out the
composition, work out perspectives and get a flow going. Tune in to see how it all comes together.
Developmental sketch for the Fandooble dice game box cover illustration commissioned by Mindtwister, USA.
Sketch for a personal project for sale as prints at the ZaPow art gallery in Asheville N.C. and online here in the Prints For Sale section.