A birthday doodle. She likes moths, and I like moths, so this morning’s warm-up art was a joy.
Some delightful lifedrawing times at Dr. Sketchy’s Boston! A lovely community with quite a lot of props and energy.
Made a Dress-Up Alien Party Frog today because I wanted to.
A little guy I made for a scrapped project a number of years ago.
Print is up and available now!
Caster and Nemesis.
Something a little different this time! I did an album cover for the band Spacewaster's new album, Whatever Forever, which you can listen to here. (I highly recommend “Astrolabe,” track wise— it’s really great meditative music to draw to.)
The concept for this cover was conceived largely by my little brother Ike, who has the same sense of humor that I do when it comes to combining disparate objects and laughing at them. One of the most entertaining pitches for a gig that I’ve had in quite some time.
(“Emily. I need two priests, one with the head of a muffler and one with the head of a drainage pipe, and I need them in a gothic-esque church blessing a waffle box. In graphite. In cyan.”)
Also, a shoutout to my little bro for releasing an album with his band and graduating on the same day. Good job, bro.
Characters for work.
I get to name each one of them and write a mini-bio, which was fun when I got to the last two especially.
Two pieces on transference.
Illustration for "DragonSord III: The Vengeancing"
(alternate titles: “Dinosord: Battle of Awakening,” “This Hurts Me More Than It Hurts You,” or “You Are Being Very Unreasonable Today Geraldine” )
More minipanel art for my day job where I get to make up fake movies and illustrate them.
Morning portraiture practice= loving sketches of Snoop Dogg/Lion’s face.
A Missive from the Prince! 2014
The prince coolly accepts your negotiations. He coolly accepts everything, in fact, seeing as he appears to be cold-blooded.