Seattle Area Game Industry Artist & Illustrator.
I specialize in digital, illustration, pen and ink, watercolor.
"A happy little planet but these aliens have landed and seem to be taking people away." A watercolored fountain pen drawing in my Moleskine sketchbook.
Random fun with a Pilot Custom 823 EF in my Moleskine - and now for a dash of watercolor!
Drawn with a Pilot Custom 742 PO nib in my Moleskine sketchbook. Good times.
Drawn while waiting for my kid's haircut & inked at home with my Platinum 3776 Century UEF.
I felt like drawing some old school arcade classics with my Sailor 1911 EF. fountain pen.
New pen, new drawing. Sailor 1911 Standard, Yellow GT with EF nib. Oh man it's good. My first Sailor - instantly a favorite.
Sometimes just a spot of color keeps things light, not overworked. And red.
Platinum's 3776 Century nib is even bigger than Pilot's 912 nib. Used both on this little boom box pizza party.
Ghost Circle. Drawn using a Platinum 3776 Century SF with Noodlers 41 Brown ink. Painted with Prima Watercolor "Decadent Pies."
Can you feel the heat? We're dancing at the party on Concrete Street! We never said that this party'd ever come to an end - the sun is setting but no fretting we can do it again!
Robot Factory Sketch, Moleskine. Pilot Custom 823 EF fountain pen!
Way back in '88 I was staying up late,
Playing games like Donkey Kong (and of course Pac-Man was great!)
Smashing barrels, chomping dots, chased by Blinky, eating Clyde-
Climbing ladders, jumping fire all to make that princess mine!
It's casual Friday with scientists in jeans,
With half of them relaxing and the others breaking things.
Sweeping robots with a broom is taxing (work's not any fun!)
But they're leaving for the weekend soon and all work must be done!
Important Drawing of Important People Reading Important Books
New drawing in the works, ready for color.
Sketching for a new illustration with my Osprey Pens Milano fountain pen.
They gather around, grateful, sending prayers up just to thank.
(Directed at the man selected to be in the tank.)
Who knows why that man is bare in there, and to be frank-
They're thankful that it's him, not them. You can take that to the bank!
It's cool how the internet can bring people together from far away places to make things. "Graham's Up the Tree" is based on a true story from the life of author mbpardy ... He's in Australia - I'm in Seattle area. When he posts these images at his page I see comments from people who grew up with real life versions of these characters I drew -- People that actually looked out the window and saw this little guy high up at the top of a tree... where no one else could go.
"Floaty Boat Waves In" -- Another WIP detail shot. You can see the magic of Rebelle in these close up shots... bringing the fountain penned ink to life with color.
It's not shown in this drawing, but seconds later the trees ate all these people.
"The Tree People" finished line work. Pen = Sailor Pro Gear, EF nib. Pilot Black ink. I love this ink... if only it was waterproof. Works well with markers though.
Imaginary Friend Drawing Challenge