And Then There Were Three
Amazing characters from Josh Fuller's vast and beautiful story. I also had the chance to play around with the design of the mare, opting for a sort of Mawari and Arabian mix. Made with watercolors, colored pencil, and gel pen.
Mr. Ocax and Poppy
A book cover based on a scene from AVI's "Poppy". Watercolor and colored pencils.
Looking Forward - Book End
A young griffin contemplating and looking forward to his future. This was the starting bookend of my thesis, to signify the beginning of life. Watercolors and colerase pencils, with a parchment overlay in Photoshop.
An older griffin reminiscing and looking back on his past. This was the ending bookend piece of my thesis, that represented drawing nearer towards the end of life. Watercolors and colored pencils, with a parchment overlay in Photoshop.
A birdie doe in a nest. A card design for a close friend. Watercolors and colored pencils.
A geisha shiba inu. Created for a children's book, themed about dogs, for the Illustration department at Ringling College of Art and Design. Watercolors and colored pencils.
Taking the Time to Listen
A griffin enjoying a new friend's story. Colored pencils with a parchment overlay in Photoshop.
A griffin about to take flight to embark on a journey. Watercolors and colored pencils, with a parchment overlay in Photoshop.
Joan of Arc
Joan of Arc guided by the Holy Spirits. Inking pens, Prismacolor and Copic markers.
Anthropomorphic animals enjoying some downtime. Brush pen and watercolors.
The Golden-Headed Fish
An illustration depicting the Arabian man from the Armenian fairy tale "The Golden-Headed Fish". Inking pens and watercolor.
A Siren Gaze
A siren silently gazes into your soul. Colerase, colored pencils, and Photoshop.