Drawn for Bi-Weekly Challenge’s Sci-Fi topic! I rewatched Akira and really wanted to do a tribute image— it’s definitely channeling a little bit of Tron, Pacific Rim, and Drive (though not sci fi, I definitely wanted to do an embroidered bat vest, lol) too— sci fi movies are pretty much the best.
Moby Dick for Bi-Weekly Challenge! This week’s prompt was to illustrate a book cover. Graphite + digital.
I painted this as a gift for our wedding photographer, Emily Steffen, who is the momma of a fawn pug and a black pug! She’s also a scarf and knitting enthusiast, so it just made sense. Gouache on 400lb Arches hot press.
Thank you to everyone who created a piece for the Mythology challenge—awesome work! For our next challenge, we’d love for you to choose your favorite book and create a cover for it! We look forward to seeing your finished pieces on July 6th :)
If you’re itching to make work but don’t know what to do, try illustrating a book cover for Bi-Weekly Challenge!
Little fox for a friend! Also painted this for the Bi-Weekly Challenge 2COLOR challenge.
So Minneapolis got like 8 inches of snow or something stupid, but regardless of our crappy weather I’m ready for spring. Drawn for Bi-Weekly Challenge for the topic ‘Spring’, I wanted to pay homage to one of my childhood favorites: Fantasia. That segment with the centaurs and the drunk satyr and all the baby unicorns was something I’d watch on repeat as a kid, and it always makes me think of the season.
Decided to go digital this round because holy crap it’s 2 months until my wedding and I’m in panic mode now, hah.