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In college, I did illustrations for friends or just did random art for fun
I was the staff artist at my high school and what that meant was that I did the illustrations and layout for the newspaper but also I created the monthly quiz
This illustration was from Christmas as a present for my brother's family to capture my cute little niece and nephew
I wanted to capture little moments from a trip I took with some girlfriends
More Cookie sketches on the Wacom tablet
It's become a family joke that everyone knows that there is always a sentimental gift whenever birthday or Christmas rolls around. This time I decided to do a dinosaur theme for my nephew's birthday drawings.
Documenting my continued efforts to get used to the Wacom One
Got a Wacom One so I've been trying to get used to drawing on it
My nephew's current obsession is Spiderman, so I wanted to make a poster of him as Spider-Luke
Compilation of various illustrations from the past 10 or so years
For Luke's Christmas present, I wanted to illustrate a short book about a boy and his pug.
My brother and his wife are expecting a little girl so as I thought I'd capture their future hijinx with another illustration
I had bought a pillow that didn't match with the rest of our living room so I thought I'd paint it with a character that matched our color scheme. I wanted to create it in the rubber hose style of cartoons, specifically inspired by the game Cuphead so I spent time sketching in the style.
My muse, our little teacup poodle, always makes a good subject
My hilarious nephew and I had an inside joke where the punch line was "No, you're wobbly!" His birthday was coming up so I thought I'd make an illustration to memorialize it.
My nephew was obsessed with planes, trains, and automobiles at the time. His favorite book was called Things That Go, but he pronounced it "Dah-Doh!" For Christmas, I recreated the book cover with his pronounciation and replaced all of the characters with family members and had it printed on a pillow.
Throwback to the '95 Compaq days
Little things here and there
My brother and his wife are expecting a baby boy. I wanted to capture their first son Ollie the Pug welcoming him with open arms.
I started with an initial illustration then iterated on it, and then added in some animation.
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Pug in a Corvette with my dad's go-to phrase for when he feels road rage coming on