King of the Monsters

"King of the Monsters" (June 2012)
11" x 14" Sumi Ink on Bristol


"Ambush" (June 2012)
11" x 17" Ink and Micron on Watercolor Paper

The Bees Made Honey in the Lion's Skull

"The Bees Made Honey in the Lion's Skull" (June 2012)
11" x 14" Sumi Ink on Bristol


"Pteranodon" (June 2012)
11" x 14" Ink and Pencil on Bristol

This image was drawn up to be used in a screen printing experiment. I will post more info about that on my blog sometime in the near future. In the mean time, please feel free to look at this guy and imagine you are some sort of epic dinosaur, flying around and looking down at other dinosaurs. I know you were going to do it anyways.


Mustard Gas

"Mustard Gas" (June 2012)
11" x 14" x 3/4" Acrylic on Cradled Panel

D for Dangerous

"D for Dangerous" (June 2012)
11" x 14" x 3/4" Xerox and Acrylic on Cradled Panel.

The Arborwolves

"The Arborwolves" (May 2012)
12" x 18" Micron and Sharpie on Bristol

The Plot Thickens

"The Plot Thickens" (May 2012)
24" x 30" x 1.5" Mixed Media on Textured Gallery Wrap Canvas


"AT-AT" (May 2012)
12" x 18" Ink on Bristol

This was one of 12 separate drawings that were used for my "This Machine Kills Fascists" design. Everything was drawn on a different sheet of paper, and then colorized in photoshop. Most of the layers consisted of a bunch of random marks/blobs on a page. This is the only drawing that looking complete on its own, so I thought I would share. I figure there are a handful of people that I am friends with that would get a kick out of an AT-AT drawing. This thing took me so long to figure out the perspective on, and I kind of feel silly just being done with the project

This Machine Kills Fascists

"This Machine Kills Fascists" (May 2012)
12" x 16" Ink and Photoshop

A two-point perspective exercise for my technical drawing class.

The Dawn Patrol

"The Dawn Patrol" (April 2012)
18" x 24" Acrylic on Bristol Mounted on Textured Gallery Wrap Canvas.

This painting was for my Illustration 1 Near/Far assignment, where a figure in the foreground had to be connected to a figure/object in the background creating a story in one image. This isn't the best picture of the piece. A lot of the textures were lost, and the bright green in the footprint is much more vibrant in real life.

Duke Drastic: Hole in the Sky promo

"Duke Drastic: Hole in the Sky promo" (April 2012)
11" x 14" Ink, Acrylic, and Photoshop


"Manhunter" (April 2012)
14" x 17" Black and White Ink on Bristol paper with Photoshop

The Call of Cthulhu

"The Call of Cthulhu" (April 2012)
12" x 15" India Ink on 14" x 17" Bristol Paper

"The odour arising from the newly opened depths was intolerable, and at length the quick-eared Hawkins thought he heard a nasty, sloping sound down there. Everyone listened, and everyone was listening still when It lumbered slobberingly into sight and gropingly squeezed Its gelatenous green immensity through the black doorway into the tainted outside air of that poison city of madness." 
-H. P. Lovecraft "The Call of Cthulhu"

From Beyond

"From Beyond" (March 2012)
Ink, Pencil, Acrylic, and Photoshop.

Based on the H.P Lovecraft story of the same name.


"Farewell" (February 2012)
11" x 14" Watercolor and Color Pencil on 12" x 15' Watercolor paper

An assignment for my Illustration 1 class.  We had to illustrate a scene from a children's book that was based on a sentence.  My sentence was:  "When the clock struck twelve, he knew it was finally over."