Wonder Realtor Part 4 came out yesterday in this week’s C-ville. It’s the last of a four-part comic book style ad campaign for Heather Griffith of Nest Realty, who was nominated for Best Real Estate Agent in C-ville Weekly’s yearly Best of Charlottesville. I had so much fun working on this campaign! While I’m a […]
Wonder Realtor, Part 3 came out yesterday in this week’s C-ville. I decided to change things up a bit this time and went for a comic book cover approach. Given all the various powers being highlighted, there really wasn’t room to take a story based approach. All in all, I think it worked out really […]
Here’s part two of a four-part ad series, The Adventures of Heather Griffith Wonder Realtor, for Nest Realty of Charlottesville. Heather’s in the running for Best Realtor in C-ville Weekly’s yearly Best of C-ville issue, and decided to do a whole series of fun comic book style ads while voting is taking place. (You can see […]
I was contacted recently by local Charlottesville business Nest Realty to do a series of comic book style ads for realtor Heather Griffith. Heather has had the honor of being nominated as Charlottesville’s best realtor in C-ville Weekly’s yearly Best of C-ville issue. Voting takes place this month, and to help inspire voters, Heather asked me […]
I got inspired by this week’s Illustration Friday challenge, team, to do a bunny soccer team. These challenges are a great opportunity for me to have fun exploring my Megapack digital brush set from the awesome Kyle T. Webster.
This month’s Utah Adventure Journal article, Stay In Bed Or Go Mountain Biking, is about the age-old dilemma of wanting to stay in bed versus getting up and doing something productive, in this case, mountain biking with friends. I thought it would be fun to give my illustration a kind of Alice In Wonderland tumbling […]
A Charles Addams-style cartoon of a weary space traveler who unknowingly arrives at…The Wrong Planet! Wrong Planet was a single-page comic I did for a graphic novel class I took while attending VCU. I came across my rough pencils for this when I was organizing my art drawer a few weeks ago and thought it […]
Editorial illustration for Utah Adventure Journal. For an article on the drastic changes in weather during late winter/early spring that make planning the appropriate outdoor activity difficult.
Here’s the cover illustration I did recently for Well-Trained Mind Press. It’s for a children’s audiobook of Rudyard Kipling’s Just So Stories, as read by award-winning storyteller Jim Weiss. This is the fourth cover I’ve done for them, and I think this one may be my favorite so far. In addition to providing the cover […]
Recently, I was going through a drawer of old artwork when I happened across this four-page comic I did while taking a graphic novel class at VCU. We were told to create a super-villain with a defined set of powers/abilities. Once that was done, we were put into groups and had to come up with […]