Advertisements made for a fake sports gym. The advertisements include a single page and double page ad, a poster, and two billboards of different sizes.
Illustrations made for a challenge, "March of Monsters", where I made a monster for each day of March. The illustrations were made using watercolor and/or gouache and sometimes ink. Each piece is in chronological order.
A children's book featuring several tales surrounding the mysterious Lake Echo. The illustrations were made using pen and ink with digital for the colors.
Illustrations made for the 31 day Inktober challenge. Each piece was inked using the Pentel Pocket Brush Pen as the main tool. The illustrations are chronologically ordered starting with the oldest piece first, and the old piece last.
A project where I took what Absolut Vodka does in their ads, hide the chape of their merchandise in their ads, and used it in an illustration.
Portraits of the 2016 presidential candidates. The illustrations were made in manga studio and later put into a zine.
A series of illustrations created for books 5 and 16 of The Odyssey. The illustration for book 5 was made using Manga Studio 5, while the illustration for book 16 was made using flexible nib and ink, as well as an ink wash.
A t-shirt design where I was given the challenge to create an illustration in Adobe Illustrator using one spot color. The design was later made into a stencil, sot that it could be screen printed.
The tale of How the Raven Became Black originates from various Pacific Northwestern Native American tribes. The tribes' folktales often vary depending on their views of the raven, as either a benevolent god or as a trickster sent to hinder humanity. The raven, as a benevolent god, is often depicted as the creator of the world and the god responsible for bringing light, water, the stars, and the Moon back to the world.
The tools used to create this project are: watercolor, flexible nibs and ink, and Adobe Photoshop and InDesign. The self-published book can be purchased through Lulu.com here.