Latest work for Utah Outdoor Adventure journal for an article on disc golf. I couldn’t resist putting in the cliche golf clothes, which I think also help people unfamiliar with disc golf understand what’s going on in the scene; specifically that it’s not frisbee. Just for fun, I’ve included a couple of my thumbnail sketches […]
There were a lot of fun features to draw for this month’s map illustration, which happens to be an area just south of where I grew up.
I had couple of tight deadlines this week, so here’s a little something I did awhile back for an article on air pollution.
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 […]
I just finished this personal piece I started awhile back, but got sidetracked by other work. This is my second Gulf disaster illustration so far, and I’ve got loads of roughed-out ideas in my sketchbook. Sadly, BP has provided me with a supply of material as almost as endless as the catastophe they’ve unleashed.
My latest illustration for Outdoor Utah Adventure Journal depicting the perils of buying used sports equipment. I was really happy with the way the Art Director handled the layout and may recreate it that way before uploading it to my website.
The good folks over at Illustration Friday teamed up with http://ripplesketches.blogspot.com/ and made this week’s challenge a way for illustrators to help raise money to help clean up the Gulf. I’ve been doing many of my own sketches on this subject and will be posting them here in the coming days.
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 […]
As you can see, I did not one, but two map illustrations for this month’s Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine! In addition to my usual cartoon map, I also did an info map for their cover story on the Appalachian Trail. I’m really happy with how each of them came out, but I’m especially proud […]