It’s super hero duo “Steamed Broccoli” and “Boom Boom Pow by The Black Eyed Peas”! I have big plans for these two pieces. Most likely they’re going to end up as available prints or stickers.
I’ll be selling some prints of the art pieces I usually take with me to art festivals. If you’re interested, email me through my contacts page! Here are the prints that are available and how much I charge with shipping included:
Molt 11×14 …………$23.50
The Grove 11×14 …………$23.50
Garden Girl 13×13 …………$38.00
The Watcher 11×14 …………$27.50
Budding Moon 11×14 …………$27.50
Shot 11×14 …………$23.50
I’ve started another project that I will be updating periodically. It’s a scroll through Dungeons & Dragons story called:
(Click the banner to go right to the site.)
Only two parts of the first arc are out at the moment, but more art and writing for it are in the works.
Here’s a brief summary:
Reese (the Dungeon Master) and his friends, Viv (the Drow Wizard, Beswick), Perry (the Elven Bard, Fazoon), Liz (the Draconian Fighter, Brax), and Danni (the Gnome Thief, Pip) engage in shenanigans aplenty as they discover the ancient roots of magic that go beyond just the 8 schools of arcana called The Elements. Together, they must gather the four powerful artifacts that represent The Elements of Wind, Fire, Water, and Earth before encroaching dark forces can get their claws on them first. It’s a race against Time to save the world.
And here’s the characters in the story’s style of art:
Another companion piece to Garden Girl done with acrylic and sharpie on 8″x10″ canvas.
Sharpie and acrylic on 8″x10″ canvas. I wanted to make a few smaller companion pieces to my Garden Girl piece.
This piece was done on a 3ftx3ft canvas with acrylics and sharpie. It’s a self portrait piece that captures different parts of my identity. The colors in the background represent the pan flag. I documented the journey of its creation from beginning to end, starting with a simple sketch on paper and ending with the final product. All of the tiny details in this piece nearly destroyed my wrist but it was worth it.
I really like working with sharpie and I noticed I don’t usually get a lot of practice in drawing backgrounds so here’s a simple cave piece where I was able to practice some shading techniques as well.
A quick messy drawing. Creative outlets are the best coping mechanisms for me personally, but sometimes I get frustrated with how stiff my art looks. I decided to lean into that a lot here and just get some of that frustration out.
Here’s another round of completed digital art pieces that I haven’t gotten around to posting until now.