This was my entry for BANG! Artists Create the Universe, a truly amazing group show at the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana. I was assigned the planet Neptune. Continue reading
Okay…I admit it. I am super proud of this one. This is for the MuseHub.biz website I just recently did an interview with. It’s an awesome new directory service for freelance writers and artists and it’s growing fast. (And no, Lauren didn’t ask me to write that, I just dig her site.) Continue reading
The Pretty Sun is from a nightmare I had back in June 2010 about the world ending as I’m riding alone on a bus.
I initially made a comic short about the dream, you can find it here on/after November 6th 2017.
100 Keys is taken directly from the description a friend gave me of her recurring nightmare, some years ago. When she first saw it, she said I had “taken her breath away.”
100 Keys will later be completed as a short comic.
I’ve been making new designs for an awesome local t-shirt print shop. Here’s the link to my store there: http://sandpaperdaisy.sellmytees.com/ and I’ll be updating it with new shirts soon!
Since these guys are local I plan to premier new designs/versions there first.
I did this piece for the 4rth annual Mythmaking show at PG. The show hangs until April 15 and has a ton of amazing art, I’ll try to get down there and snap pix before it comes down.
As for my piece, it represents a couplet from the Ripley Scroll, a medieval text on magic and alchemy.
“The Bird of Hermes is my name/Eat my wings to make me tame.”
I did her as part of a series of original “anime style” designs for Evillecon 2016! (Which, by the way, was incredibly fun.)
This is based on an old fairy story from the north, one I always liked because the girl set out to save her lover from a curse and not the other way around.
In fact, that polar bear you see is her lover, an enchanted king who must go to a golden castle East o the Sun and West o the Moon (pictured above) to marry the one who cursed him…unless the woman who loves him can break the spell in time.
Here’s a second version I did for a Christmas ornament!
The title for this baby is technically Taylor’s World (I did it for a special guy of that name) but I will forever think of it as “Joseph” because that was the name I knew him by when I conceived the idea.
I made it for the Space Madness 3: Planet Doom show back in August, where it premiered.