Here’s a few samples of my latest poem illustrations for HappyReading.org. I did 30 in total, which was quite a load to do all at once, but I still had a lot of fun. I post some more over the coming days just so I don’t end up with a blog post that scrolls on […]
This was originally done as a spot illustration for HappyReading.org to accompany a poem titled “Jamari is Smart.”
UPDATE: Here’s the final piece in glorious, living color! Below is the pencil version. Basically the idea for this is how kids can turn just about anything into a toy and be totally happy. I know I wasn’t the only one who ever got some big new toy for Christmas or a birthday, played with […]
Here’s another illustration for HappyReading.org. The art director wanted me to go for a non-European king, suggesting perhaps a Maharajah instead. I loved that idea and wanted to make sure I included a variety of patterns typically found in Indian folk art.
Here’s a few more of my latest children’s illustrations for HappyReading.org.
Here’s part of my latest batch of children’s illustration for HappyReading.org.
Here’s a little something for Halloween. I actually did this for HappyReading.org, but I thought it was a good fit for a Happy Halloween image.
Here’s a batch of children’s illustration I did for HappyReading.org. After doing this first of many sets, I can see I’m going to need to add a new section to my website.
Here’s a quick sketch for this week’s Illustration Friday. It’s actually part of a project I’m working on, but I thought it fit this week’s theme well enough. UPDATE: Here’s the finished piece:
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.