Category Archive: Illustration

Evangelion: Hand Series

Hideaki Anno, creator of Neon Genesis Evangelion, describes the show as “A series that repeats itself”.  With the well-known motif of the hands in the series, I decided to do my own take on… Continue reading

Destiny: A Guardian Awakens

I spent a week working on a short 8-page fan comic set in the world of the video game Destiny by Bungie studios.  I really enjoyed making this short and I learned a… Continue reading

Sampler Platter

I know I haven’t really been posting a lot.  Most all of my free time has been spent working on Beyond Halcyon,  my webcomic, and working on pitches for various graphic novels to… Continue reading

Sketch Dump: March 2015

When I first started this blog, I was a bit reluctant to post sketches or other in-progress pieces, preferring to only show off finalized work.  But there’s such a large volume of stuff… Continue reading

Sketch Dump: February 2015

In an effort to post more stuff, I’m going to start posting the doodles and tidbits that I do for warmups or practice or whims.  I’m going to do it in bursts though,… Continue reading

Commission #6

Got hired for a commission yesterday of someone’s Final Fantasy character; they let me pretty much do whatever I wanted.  They specifically requested something in the style of a piece I’d already done over… Continue reading

Final Fantasy XIV: Commission Collection

I try not to flood this blog with art from Final Fantasy.  I draw and sketch a lot of it on my own, and I don’t like posting most of it just for… Continue reading

Bride of the Boughs

Not much to say about this one: Just another fantasy illustration.  I wanted to make something red, so I did.  

Crawa

A friend of mine who goes by the handle “Crawa” is a fan of Akira, and I couldn’t resist the opportunity to do a bit of a mashup of her with the iconic… Continue reading

Business Trip Scribblins

I’ve been on a business trip to Texas for the past two weeks.  There’s been lots of work and late nights, and very little time left over for drawing.  Every now and then… Continue reading