Bad kids go off the rails in this illustration
Russ Logo featuring 3 notorious rappers in their devilish child forms.
Nome Elementary School
Elementary school mascot redesign I was commissioned to create of a polar bear for this school in Alaska.
We produced a series of sketches in different styles and positions, and then had the students of the school vote and pick the best direction. Really fun group to work with, and they were thrilled with the result. The graphic was set up as a vector to be easily printable in all sorts of situations.
Fantasy children’s book I illustrated for author Darius Walker about a family that rides a magical pirate ship bed into a strange world.
This was probably my favorite children’s book to date, because it’s strange and surreal tone really lended itself perfectly to my quirky illustration style. It’s not often that I can illustrate monsters, robots, and pirates in the same book!
This was a fun illustration I created for a client for their apparel brand that caters to military families. The design, Military Brats, depicts the children of Navy, Marines, Army, and Airforce soldiers emerging from a moving box on a base, coping with the uncertain life of constant upheaval from base to base.
It was a fun challenge to depict each child in a way that captures the aspects of each particular branch of the military.
The 2nd book in a chidren’s book series about Zombies I illustrated for Wendy Knuth. I’m very proud of this 32 page story featuring a whole family of creepy but fun zombies driving around town and getting into trouble. I had a lot of fun drawing zombies in a very different way than I typically do. Can’t wait to read this to my kids!
Classroom illustrations I created for a brochure for Elsevier, the leading provider of informational publications for medical and scientific audiences. The client needed a series of illustraitons showing how a new book they were publishing can help teachers engage their students more effectively. The illustration was set up in a way that left a lot of empty areas for text and call-outs to be placed without interfereing with the illustration. Digitally drawn and colored in Manga Studio 5.
Funland, Rehoboth Beach Delaware
A graphic wrap I illustrated for a ride at an amusement park. It’s always a privilege to work for Funland in Rehoboth Beach, because I’ve been going there every summer since I was two years old! The ride was an old motion simulator they picked up from an arcade, and it was showing its age. So they hired me to create a giant illustration that transformed the ride into a beach buggy. Illustrations of kids are in the windows on each side of the vehicle. I imagine this will be one of the most unique jobs of my career.
Children’s book illustrations I created for Amazon’s CreateSpace. This story was about different things that children can be when they grow up.
- Wacom Cintiq Pro 24″ ReviewApril 30, 2018 - 7:38 am
The new Wacom Cintiq Pro 24″ (non-touch) is the perfect tablet for digital artists. About the Cintiq Pro I have been using the Wacom Cintiq Pro 24″ extensively since early April 2018, and I absolutely love it. I’m upgrading from the Wacom Cintiq 24HD, which has severed me well for over six years (and is […]
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