Even rookies know that a Green Lantern isn’t without fear. A Green Lantern overcomes fear. Everytime they face it.
I had the opportunity to take part in the latest Ten Paces and Draw swap based on the theme “Bravery”, I received a sketch from Abi Stevens to go off of, which I may have diverted a little bit from this time. I have to say that this was my favorite swap yet. See all of the entries here
Primrose ventured deeper and deeper into the forest on her quest knowing the spectral summons would protect her from its more hostile inhabitants.
This past winter I illustrated the children’s ebook “The Diggery 3” for MeeGenius written by LaQueshia Jeffries. The story details the daily adventures of 3 scientifically inclined siblings and is now available in the MeeGenius shop or via their app.
When I went back and looked at it the colors on the old version were bothering me so I thought I’d rework them.
Maddy loved walking in her garden but it would have been so much nicer to share the walk with someone else.
I had a request to draw some Busytown and since I had a break between projects I thought I’d go for it. I really like Richard Scarry’s books, especially the more painted style ones like I Am A Bunny.
If you have requests you can submit them via my Ask button, I’m not always able to do it and I can’t guarantee a quick turnaround but if I have time I’ll try.
I was very excited to be asked to illustrate the cover for the March issue of VT Kids, which happened to be their their summer camp issue.
The cover was to reflect an article about several sorts of summer camps including computer camp, horse back riding camp, gymnastics camp, sailing camp and wizard camp.
I wish that wizard camp had been an option when I was a kid. I’ve always been kind of fascinated by summer camp, I went to scout camp as a child but it’s not quite the same as what I’ve been lead to believe summer camp is all about based on some of my favorite media portrayals such as Happy Campers, Wet Hot American Summer and Salute Your Shorts.
It’s been a while since I made a comic so I though it was about time and I knew I wanted to do more with the drawing of Wendy from last fall
“East Emmetville High Prom Class of ‘58”
It’s Valentines Day (or the day after if you’re on the other side of that international dateline thing) and here are a few things that I love, vintage prom pictures and that video of otters holding hands.