I found the narrative of this Brothers' Grimm story intriguing. It's not your typical "happily-ever-after" tale. Feel free to read all about it as I share the illustration's work-in-progress.Read More
"What tools do you use?" is perhaps the most recurring question in an artist's profession. To save time answering this inevitable inquiry, I've made a list of my current tools for your review.Read More
This is one of my more unusual process posts as I am redoing a piece instead of starting on something new. I was glad that I decided to do it! The results are everything I wanted and I’m excited to share the results with you.Read More
I've been wrestling like crazy with what I wanted this to look like vs what ends up coming out of my hands. I guess I'll play to my strengths and see what happens from there.Read More
Ah, to paint "en plein air" or "in the open air"! One might imagine the artist surrounded by the tranquility of nature whilst facing a fresh blank canvas, paints in hand.
Ah, well, if only.Read More
Good day. For this illustration, I had the idea to do a Little Red Riding Hood concept. One thing I remember hearing from a lecture by Iain McCaig, is that to make a well-known concept stick/stand out/be more interesting, simply take the story and flip it.Read More
Swiss pilot and aviation enthusiast Yves Rossy, also known as "Jetman", continues to make amazing strides in the realm of flight. He basically inspired this illustration.Read More