Illustrations, Drawings, Paintings, Sketches
Above Image is from a book concept I’ve been working on
Above art from book concept.
Various pages from The Bedtime Train
Working on a new Stickfiguratively Speaking series…involving some strange old news clippings from the the 19th and 18th century. Proposal due soon.
Various pages from Honey Badgers
Twenty Four little drawings on graph paper. Monsters, creatures, self-portraits, and lamp posts. Hopefully these are sketches for larger paintings–now all I have to do is find the room to complete this project.After visiting Paris this summer, my mind was overtaken by so much of the place–it was a very unexpected thing. I find myself trying to incorporate much of my memories of France into some new art. I have been working on a story based upon the tale of Behemoth and Leviathan. This is a painting of Behemoth at Pere Lachaise.Another BehemothTest cover for a book dummy. I used my friend’s newborn baby Remi, as the model–Watercolor and colored pencil on boardTitle page for a doomed project–Pen & Ink on paperOne of the first successful color concept paintings I did for Honey Badgers. Up until this point I couldn’t get comfortable with any direction I was heading. Stealing from Albrecht Durer helped greatly! Christmas time cover illustration for The Ridgefield Press–ran in 2006, 2007. Pencil, Watercolor and Ink on paper This is one of my favorite compositions from the next book. I think the final painting came out well. Lots of books in the background–took some photo reference from an old farmhouse in my town. Final sketch for first page of next book–Colored pencil on trace paper Final pencil sketch for Honey Badgers book jacket–colored pencil on trace paper
editing for clare