Friday, December 16, 2011

Damsel in Distress

My latest project, a bug pun illustration. Can you guess what the bug is?

Friday, December 9, 2011

A damsel in distress

Here's a work in progress of a project I'm working on. Here's hoping that it turns out well.

Friday, December 2, 2011


Here's the latest of the projects we've been doing for senior studio. This time, we made a banner for the bug exhibit at the North Museum in Lancater.  I hope you enjoy.

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Works in progress

Here's some in progress drawings of the artist trading cards we are doing for Senior Studio. I had an absolute blast doing these, and hope the finishes turn out well too.

Friday, November 4, 2011

Some older art

Art from last year posted for fun. The color models were fun to do, even if I was unfamiliar with digital medium at the time.

Friday, October 28, 2011

Careers in Gaming

Today I had an awesome experience at the Careers in Gaming presentation at Harrisburg University. Jason Vandenberghe, a creative director, talked to us about how to get into the gaming industry and what the field is like. He was amazing and inspiring to listen to, and I learned a lot from it. You can find Jason's website here.

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Arthur Rackham

This man is amazing. I am doing a portrait illustration for a project in school of Arthur Rackham, and found this awesome site with a bunch of illustrations he did for Alice in Wonderland. You can find it here. I hope you enjoy it too.

Friday, October 14, 2011

Senior Studio Work

I figured I would share some of the things I just finished. We made posters for a children's theatre, and I illustrated Snow White, A Christmas Carol, and Peter Pan. The inks were a lot of fun, and the Peter Pan turned out well. I hope you like them.

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Sources of Inspiration

Hi there. Having a blog is a pretty new experience for me, but I'll try to convey my thoughts the best I can.
     So I had a really great time running in the Spina Bifida 5 k last week.  Some PCAD faculty were there too. I haven't run in awhile, school and all that, so 28:30 was good for me even though it's kind of a bad time for anyone else. It was for a good cause though, and was an awesome experience.
      I also want to share a pair of awesome fantasy artists with you. In school I'm just beginning a pair of portrait illustrations on two artists, and I thought it would be awesome to share one of them with you.
Arthur Rackham was a fantasy artist that lived late 1800's early 1900's. Everything about his work is awesome, and he's done illustration for a lot of fairy tales and some Poe poems, among others. He definitely deserves a look. Here is a good place to start, but a good google search can bring up a bunch of his work too.