I made it just in time to post for this week's Illustration Friday challenge "Storm". My guess is it's in light of the storms in the North East - I drew some inspiration from the pictures folks back home have been posting.
I decided I wanted to draw some cute little birds today... The cheeky little guy below felt good without color and then I decided I wanted to have a free for all with crazy bird colorings in the badass-skateboarding-parakeet and snarky-parrot - or as my friend Brian referred to him as "mosh-bird" haha (I was totally unaware of this mosh-girl phenomenon but it's hilarious) Thanks Brian Dunnigan for illustrating that so perfectly!
I try to remind myself every so often that I can draw things realistically... Realistically adorable that is.
Sometimes you're just a worried loaf, and there's nothing you can do about it... Except draw how you feel.
My friend Rachel was telling me a little bit about a children's book she'd like to write and of course it had awesome visuals and I had to sketch one.
I wanted to have a go at animating something in 2D. It's just a test, but who knows maybe I'll pick it up again in the future!
Click to see the little boy with the Teddybear in brush pen and marker.
Helping Scott work out some young wholesome teenage girl characters for the next installment of Captain Super Safe.
I started in my style, and then tried a style on that's a little more like his.
Well This was supposed to be ready for Illustration Friday's weekly challenge... But I failed at my preparedness.
Did this on the plane to PDX... Sadly I didn't make it in time to be an Illustration Friday submission.
Production Designer, Art Director, Miniature model builder, Illustrator, amateur baker & personal photographer of my kitty buddy.