Sunday, March 29, 2009

Raven


Raven (Thought)
Watercolor, Gouache, and India Ink

I have always had a keen fondness for ravens, and decided to
create some personal work that reflected that. They have fascinated me
ever since I was introduced to Norse mythology. The ravens in my paintings are
generally representative of the two ravens, Thought and Memory,
that sat on Odin's shoulders.

Bones







Bones Series
Watercolor, Gouache, India Ink, White Pen

Includes human bones as well as a lion skull, bear skull, and domestic cat skeleton.

Jameson Tree

Jameson Tree
Watercolor, Ink, White Pen

Painted for my friend Josh (Tripp Jameson Illustration).

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Sketchbook


Ear, Creepy Hands, Feet
Drawn while bored in my Art History class

Spooky Girls
The one on the right is going to be turned into a painting soon.



Tattooed girls please me. :)




These are a couple of sketches that I inked in.

(I love my micron pens.)

Thursday, March 12, 2009

School Projects: Winter Quarter

Dirty South Roller Derby Girls
Mixed Media (graphite, acrylic, watercolor, ink, oils, and colored pencils)
For this project we had to portray a sport using the CF Payne technique.
I especially enjoyed using the ink, and drawing the tattoos for this painting.
I may just have to get that octopus-skull-flower tattoo.


The Madonna and Child
Oils, Aging & Crackling Varnish
This project was also for my 2nd Materials & Techniques class.
This project was supposed to be based around celebrities,
in the style of old Byzantine icons.
I chose Courtney Love and Francis Bean Cobain.


Iron And Wine
Photocopier Portrait (Illustrator and Photoshop)
This was made for my Electronic Illustration class.
We were supposed to create an image of a celebrity
in an old, distressed, poster style.
I chose Sam Beam from the band Iron & Wine.



It's spring break at last!

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Woods

Woods
Digital & Traditional
(Micron, Sharpie, Watercolor, Photoshop)

This started out as one of the elements (earth),
but turned into something rather different
after the sketching process when I was working on the final.
The drawings I made for water and fire are next up.

Sunday, March 1, 2009

Cassidy Sunshine


Cassidy Sunshine
Traditional & Digital
(Watercolor, Micron Pens, Photoshop)

This is a portrait of Miss Cassidy Sunshine,
because she is a super awesome lady.

Favorite Things

  • bagpipes
  • breaking glass
  • bret easton ellis
  • collarbones
  • grunge
  • miniature buddhas
  • nail varnish
  • skeletons
  • splatters & drips
  • street art

Miss Ariel

Miss Ariel

Influences

  • Audrey Kawasaki
  • James Jean
  • Jeremy Fish
  • John John Jesse
  • Lori Earley
  • Mark Ryden
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