I just discovered that my humble website is currently featured (#42) on Feedspot’s Top Fifty List of best sketch blogs. According to the site, the list is based on google reputation and search ranking, social media popularity, and overall quality. Thanks for all the support, friends http://blog.feedspot.com/sketch_blogs/
I feel like I’ve been pretty absorbed in my “Margot” project as of late. Hence it seemed appropriate to contribute something different for a change. Here is some Mission Revival architecture, and also some Cacti. I like Cacti.
I’m excited to announce that my graphic novel project now has its own dedicated WordPress site, for your viewing pleasure. The journey continues here.
Since I don’t think portfolio projects show up on the wordpress news feed, I wanted to deliver on the teaser post from earlier and share a few examples of what I’ve been up to. You can view the full collection here
This is actually an earlier sketch, with a bit of photoshop added. I decided to revisit it because it has more significance in relation to the rest of my illustration, as its main purpose is to convey emotion, rather than just to say “Hey, here’s a face I drew.” A wonderful piece to look at. I’d love to trace it and turn it into something more complete, but it would lose the sublime, spontaneous style that can only really happen in the moment.
If executed correctly, a uniform can be one of the most dramatic symbols of power. That’s why I think I’ve always loved them.
Formosa, Queen of the Sea and Sky.
Drawn from memory. Can any of my tango friends recognize the brand? There should be a little charm hanging from the ankle strap . . .
A vision I’ve had for a long time. Imagine a lush, sprawling garden, with fountains, grottos, follies, and ancient weeping willow trees over a placid river. Can you imagine all the garden parties and Victorian delights that could be enjoyed in such a setting? This is just a small piece of it . . .