Recently I had the privilege of doing some more children’s illustration for Pennsylvania’s Power Kids Electronic Library. This time around I got to illustrate a few state symbols, the white-tailed deer, model K4s 1361 locomotive, and a mountain laurel. I also got to do a fun pair of illustrations of Ben Franklin conducting some children […]
I got contacted last Fall by local design studio The Ivy Group to work on a really great project for the Pennsylvania Department of Education. They were updating the look of their online library, Power Kids, and needed a couple of illustrations of Ben Franklin, and one of a friendly librarian. I had a great time […]
Happy tofu turkey Thanksgiving! The idea for this gag came to me in a dream, and even though it’s a little weird, I thought it would be fun to go ahead and just make it into a Thanksgiving greeting card and post it for sale on zazzle. I tried a tofurky (turkey made of […]
Click for larger view! Here it is! I’ve been waiting for this moment for quite awhile- the moment when I could bring Kid Hercules to life! During the course of my 365 challenge, a friend of mine suggested I do a walk cycle, and then animate it later. The second gif shows the untouched scans from my sketchbook. […]
Recent illustration for Utah Adventure Journal for an article on uncomfortable outdoor footwear. I had no idea rock climbing was so hard on the feet!
Here’s a couple of cartoon maps I did for the July issue of Blue Ridge Outdoors for an article highlighting various outdoorsy road trips along the Blue Ridge Mountains. The top map even includes my first-ever celebrity likeness, Paula Deen (y’all!), for her Savannah restaurant Lady and Sons.
Here’s just a few samples of my ongoing 365 challenge for a character I’m developing called Kid Hercules. I actually completed the challenge back in April, but have a pretty big backlog of images to upload. This has been such a great project and something that has helped improve my work in ways […]
Here’s a piece I did for an article in FORE Magazine, put out by the Southern California Golf Association. The story is about efforts being made to encourage golfers to speed up their game a bit. Below are some of the sketches I did that didn’t make it. As much as I like each […]
My latest illustration for Utah Adventure Journal, for an article about a guy dreaming of the upcoming ski season.
San Francisco’s Common Ground magazine is leading up to its 40th anniversary with an issue devoted to the importance of humor. Editor Rob Sidon, who knew me from my days doing comics and short animations for a meditation center in India, called me up to ask if I had anything on hand. Alas, I had […]