The three words that sends shivers up your spine: ……Back…..To……School. But seriously folks, starting the new school year can be really exciting when you have a brand new sketch journal to fill up with art! This cover was illustrated with brush pen and colored in Photoshop.
Monthly Archives: August 2015
Sleep like a King with a Lion Pillow! This illustration was inspired by Eric Carle and executed in Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop.
Duke City Roller Derby Home Teams Return!
It was a triumphant return for the Duke City Roller Derby home teams this past Saturday. The Juggernaughties beat the Madame Bombs and the Disco Brawlers beat the Dooms Dames. It was a great time! Thanks to everyone who bought artwork at the event. Mark your calendars for September 12th for the next DCRD event.Continue reading “Duke City Roller Derby Home Teams Return!”
Roller Derby Tomorrow!
I’ll be at the Heights Community Center (823 Buena Vista SE) for Duke City Roller Derby. Doors open at 3:30pm. I’ll be selling and signing there $5 souvenir posters. Get one autographed by your favorite derby girls!
The “Power Up” Couple
My good friend, Pam, just recently got married and I had the honor of illustrating her wedding invitation and this keepsake portrait. The wedding had a “Super Mario” theme and all of the guests signed a framed print of this illustration at the wedding reception. It was illustrated with brush pen and colored in Photoshop.
Congratulations Pam and Jason!
My good friend, Pam, just recently got married and I had the honor of illustrating her wedding invitation. The wedding had a “Super Mario” theme and so here is my illustration of Pam and Jason illustrated with brush pen and colored in Photoshop.
The Heat is On
How do you beat the heat? With a promotional water bottle from “That Girl” Promotions, LLC! Seriously, if you need branded products to promote your business, contact Kerrie Budagher. She’s “That Girl”!
Summerfest Art Camp
This Summer, I had the tremendous opportunity to work with some talented young artist at Artfest ’15. We worked on digital art tools and techniques but many of these students already were making digital art in high school! Here is a caricature of the group. It was hard to get everyone to smile while ridingContinue reading “Summerfest Art Camp”