I had couple of tight deadlines this week, so here’s a little something I did awhile back for an article on air pollution.
This one reminds me a little bit of Charles Addams. Got the drawing finished, but will need to post an update when the rest is complete. Any feedback is welcome! UPDATE: Here’s the final piece in its full-color glory.
Been fairly busy lately updating my website and doing a two-week beach vacation with the family, so I’ve gotten a little behind with my blog. Here are the latest map illustrations for Blue Ridge Outdoors. The first one, appropriately enough, is focused on the coastal town of Charleston, South Carolina. I got to draw some […]
Mountains to Sea Trail map illustration I did for Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. Highlights features such as Clingman’s Dome, (the highest mountain in the Great Smokies Mountain National Park), Linville Gorge, Stone Mountain Loop, the Buffalo Creek Greenway, Cape Hatteras Light House, and even highlights a section traveled by President Obama and the First […]
My latest cartoon map illustration in this month’s issue of Blue Ridge Outdoors features Harrisonburg, Va. I actually attended JMU out in Harrisonburg for one whole week while I was desperately awaiting confirmation of my acceptance to VCU’s School of the Arts (my first school of choice). The crazy part was that I had applied […]
Here’s my latest map illustration for Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine, featuring Brevard, North Carolina. I’m really happy with how this one came out. I also got to do some waterfalls this time, which was pretty cool.
Here’s my latest map illustration for Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. This month features my hometown of Charlottesville, VA. I have to say I had no idea there were so many cool outdoorsy things to do nearby! But in my own defense, I live out in the woods with hiking trails, streams and a river right […]
My concept for this week’s challenge was based on my dad’s career as a paleontologist. Digging in the dirt and mud was a regular part of his job, and an aspect he enjoyed thoroughly. I had a bit of a setback with this image due to the huge snowstorm this past week, and an unintended […]
Here’s my second go at the Illustration Friday challenge. Both characters seem to be pretty focused in their own way! Although if this guy were really an accomplished yogi, the tiger would become docile in his presence instead of hungry…
My first map illustration for Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine was published this month for their regular feature, Happy Trails. (This one features attractions near Boone, NC.) I’ve really been enjoying this gig and getting to learn about some beautiful places to visit nearby. So if you happen to live in the Blue Ridge area, pick […]