These three images are my most recent contribution to my book Sands of Time which I started around Christmas when I got stuck on my Jesterphant story. For this one I have been sure to write it all first before illustrating. As much as I will admit that the process of illustration and doodling aids … Continue reading My Illustration Process for Scenes 1-3 of Sands of Time
This is continuing my illustration journey, I have been focusing on composition for a while and today I was ready to take it to the next level with some color. As some of you may have noticed, I don't have one medium. I focus on art exploration and I diversify my methods always trying new … Continue reading From the sketchboooook, to the canvas! Paint, paint, paint…
Ink pen on paper treated with linseed oil (above) Love the aged effect of it, especially when trying to achieve a parchment look. This can be achieved by mixing a small amount of paint with large(r) amounts of linseed oil to dilute the paint. It took months for the pooled oil on these letters to … Continue reading Linseed oil – parchment affect, translucency, and WARNING.
I was hired by a catering company to create an Alice and Wonderland themed tea set using thrift store dishes. Here is my current progress. Ignore the smudges, they wont be there in the morning. Will update with the rest and completed pieces later. UPDATE Here are the finished pieces!
This is a digital painting of my "Butterfly Bouquet" flower series using flower #2. Just for fun!
This is a 3-part panel, however I sold two of the pieces before I could photograph them, and all I have left is this one. Mixed media: acrylic paint, and oil pastel. How you might ask? Lots of fixative! I originally created this as a funny spoof piece for my son's hot air balloon room. … Continue reading Falling: A Victorian Dream