New: Sketchbook Paintings

Everyone loves seeing sketchbook work right? Check out these pages from my watercolor moleskin sketchbook. This one is a study of a photo from a trip to the Detroit Zoo several months ago. This sketch is from this is for a personal project I’m working on I will talk more about that later. Later this week…

Animated Banner for The Descovari Channel Blog

Earlier this month I worked with Ashleah Sy’Mone on updating the design of her fashion blog, The Descovari Channel. Ashleah is a fashion stylist in Atlanta, GA and a close friend of mine. Along with some things behind the scenes, I did the animated banner top) for the blog and a static banner (bottom) for her other social media…

Unicycle Brand Contest Entry

I had a lot of fun painting this piece, I haven’t entered a contest like this since I was in art school. I did this painting for a contest hosted by Unicycle Brand. To enter the contest artists had to use one of the reference photos provided by the website to do a piece of…

Postcard Illustration: Octo-Samurai

I wanted it to be something epic. I always liked the over the top fights in anime and martial arts movies so I decided to go in that direction when working on the illustration. This piece is an illustration for my promotional postcards I’m sending out to potential editorial clients. The inspiration came from a…

Creative Book Review 1: Make Art Make Money by Elizabeth Hyde Stevens

“It is foolish to think we can’t be both artists and entrepreneurs , especially when Henson was so wildly successful in both categories.” -Elizabeth Hyde Stevens  Originally published in 2013, Make Art Make Money isn’t your typical book with 10 lessons that will set you on the path to greatness. It doesn’t give you a…

Building the Plane While Flying It

17×11 in Gouache and Photoshop This was made for a private client who gave me the task of illustrating the phrase “Building the plane while flying it”.

The Blue Beard

The Blue Beard 5×8.5 in Gouache and Digital Illustration inspired by the folktale about a rich man who murders his wives.

First Judgement (Noah)

First Judgement 21in x 14.7in Ink, watercolor,paint marker, acrylic and enamel paint