Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Which one do you want?

Here is an illustration for a book I did a couple weeks ago. Which dog does he choose? By the way, dogs do eat whole ankle socks...ours did! Have a good week everyone!

Friday, February 19, 2010

Can you spot the spot art?

Hello again! I wanted to show yall some spot illustrations I am working on with a new client BMB Design. Not sure what they will be used for yet, but I think it is either something educational or a pamphlet . The actual picture is more spread out, but here is a condensed version of just the characters.

Thursday, February 18, 2010


Look at this kid recycle! Can you believe some kids down the road are still selling lemonade?

Look at this kid recycle. Can you believe some kids down the road are still selling lemonade?

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Character for New Book - Recycling!

Hello everyone! Here is a character sample of the newest character I am illustrating. It is for a new book project about recycling. He's a cool kid with a 60's style...complete with bell bottoms and butterfly collar and also a fade buzz on the side (90's influence).

Saturday, February 6, 2010

Nutria Rat

Have you ever seen those huge rodents called Nutria? If not, here is one. Back in 1997, I was driving to work around 6:30 a.m. and I think I hit one of these creatures. I might be exaggerating, but it stood up and looked right at me. There was a big thud sound under my car, but when I came home from work in the afternoon, there was no sign of it...nor any damage to my car. What was it then? Anyway, enjoy this picture....I am working with more textures and a more painted style.

Thursday, February 4, 2010

Roman Doodle Soup....its mmm good!

Every artist has at least 1 Roman soldier doodle....this is mine! My interpretation is your everyday Roman guard who has lots of time to think. He is stationed waaaay outside the stress of the city. What is he thinking about? The same things we all think about.

I wanted this to look like the old Italian renaissance paintings...except this took about 30 minutes.