Watercolor Cardinal
My first attempt at using watercolor pencils (a gift from my sister for my birthday). Framed and given to my aunt as a Christmas present.

Watercolor Cardinal

My first attempt at using watercolor pencils (a gift from my sister for my birthday). Framed and given to my aunt as a Christmas present.

This was the final art that was used on the holiday card mentioned in the previous post, although here it’s formatted into an ad vs. the front of a card. For commercial printing we use “Print the Sky”, so that’s literally what’s happening in the art.

This was the final art that was used on the holiday card mentioned in the previous post, although here it’s formatted into an ad vs. the front of a card. For commercial printing we use “Print the Sky”, so that’s literally what’s happening in the art.

Canadian Geese, which were part of my company’s holiday card a couple years ago. Part of an ever-growing series of vector animals, Adobe Illustrator.

Canadian Geese, which were part of my company’s holiday card a couple years ago. Part of an ever-growing series of vector animals, Adobe Illustrator.

Polar Bear, also made a couple winters ago. Part of an ever-growing series of vector animals, this one playing with strokes/texture in illustrator.

Polar Bear, also made a couple winters ago. Part of an ever-growing series of vector animals, this one playing with strokes/texture in illustrator.

Hey look!  Another Penguin!  Also made a couple winters ago, from an ever-growing series of random vector animals, Adobe Illustrator.

Hey look!  Another Penguin!  Also made a couple winters ago, from an ever-growing series of random vector animals, Adobe Illustrator.

Emperor Penguins, also made a couple winters ago, from an ever-growing series of random vector animals, Adobe Illustrator.

Emperor Penguins, also made a couple winters ago, from an ever-growing series of random vector animals, Adobe Illustrator.

Rockhopper Penguin, made a couple winters ago, from an ever-growing series of random vector animals, Adobe Illustrator.

Rockhopper Penguin, made a couple winters ago, from an ever-growing series of random vector animals, Adobe Illustrator.

Illustration of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, and one of it’s stolen paintings, which will be used as a background of another illustration.

Illustration of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, and one of it’s stolen paintings, which will be used as a background of another illustration.

Update on my sketch work of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and one it’s stolen paintings.

Update on my sketch work of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and one it’s stolen paintings.

In the process of sketching the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, and one of it’s stolen paintings, which will be used as a background of an illustration in progress.

In the process of sketching the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, and one of it’s stolen paintings, which will be used as a background of an illustration in progress.

Faces from this weekend.  I still need more practice.

Sketching faces and stuff this weekend because I haven’t in a while and need practice

Sketching faces and stuff this weekend because I haven’t in a while and need practice

Work in progress of an illustration from a poster/t-shirt design for a local group/event. Currently in the process of cleaning some stuff up and adding more details, this is essentially just the outlines and base color.

Work in progress of an illustration from a poster/t-shirt design for a local group/event. Currently in the process of cleaning some stuff up and adding more details, this is essentially just the outlines and base color.

Bar Doodle

Bar Doodle

Really rough, initial sketches/notes for the submission for “A Calendar of Tales” by Neil Gaiman (and you)

Really rough, initial sketches/notes for the submission for “A Calendar of Tales” by Neil Gaiman (and you)