Random doodle/pic to remind myself I can draw even if I don’t have schoolwork. Don’t ask me what they’re doing.
Pan/Shizuka and Viola from Marionettes, drawn normally BECAUSE I CAN WOOOO
Anonymous asked: Where do you go to school for sequential storytelling/comics?
I go to MICA! Though I’m studying Illustration here since we don’t have a sequential arts major.
My Junior illustration mini thesis, Like a Dream, part 1
Part 2 Here
ASK part 2. Second part of my Advanced Sequential Art final.
ASK part 1. This is the first half of my Advanced Sequential Arts final (Let Me Lie). Anthony is trying to fix the issues between him and his wife.
Book Illustration assignment; we had to draw our character with another student’s character in the same image. I decided to take Lizzi’s Samson and have Seryy drag him into the dreamscape.
Character design for the Gray Wolf in the Russian Firebird folktale. We had to take three words given to us in Book illustration and create a character; mine were “dusty”, “Russia” and “wise.” Seeing as the Gray Wolf got the hero out of a lot of scrapes, I’d like to think he was kind of wise.
Reinterpreted the original story so it takes place in a fantasy world with Great Wizards that wander into the Dreamscape (like an advanced teleporter). I dunno.
Anonymous asked: If you get questions like this often and you hate it, please forgive me, but would it be alright with you if I printed out your Good Omens cover and put it on my book? It has no sleeve and frankly your art is GOR-GE-OUS.
Hi, no, it’s totally cool. As long as you’re just printing it for your own personal copy/use than I’m fine with it. Thanks so much! I’m happy people like it <3
Good Omens cover (front, back, spine and wings) for Book Illustration. I wanted to go back to my flat style for a bit just to see how else I could use it (and also the fact that I haven’t used it at all since coming back to school from winter break, which is just plain weird).
Aziraphale and his cocoa on the front; Crowley with tea on the back.