Summertime is in full swing, so here’s an illustration in honor of everyone’s favorite Summertime treat: ice cream! I did this illustration originally for HappyReading.org for a children’s poem called Ice Cream Man. I think I did close to a hundred illustrations for that client with a fairly tight turn-around time, which lent the whole […]
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.
My entry for this week’s Illustration Friday challenge is from a cover illustration I did for the Graphic Artists Guild newsletter. The title of the piece is Intertubes, and comes from Senator Ted Stevens’ infamous comment that the internet is a “series of tubes.”
This week’s Illustration Friday submission comes from a children’s book I recently illustrated called Short Pump Bump.
It’s been awhile since I did anything for Illustration Friday, but I’ve been wanting to get back into it. I’ve also been doing Von Glitschka’s 21 Day Drawing Challenge, so I thought of combining the two this week since Day 7 is Draw What You Like. This was a ton of fun to draw. I recently […]
Originally a t-shirt design I did for Utah Adventure Journal, I think this cowboy’s moustache fits the theme for the week reasonably well.
Well, it’s been awhile since I participated in an Illustration Friday challenge so I thought I’d at least dip my toe in the water again. This is an older piece that happened to already fit the theme and was done for a children’s poem called The Singing King. Hope you all enjoy it!
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.