Illustration of my Elder Scrolls Online character Sedia, and the man who convinced her to become an assassin. Their relationship trajectory could be described as: friends to lovers to enemies to frenemies. So not what anyone would call a healthy relationship, but it is very fun to draw them with a lot of metaphorical and… Continue Reading
A moody illustration of my wife’s and my Elder Scrolls Online characters, an assassin and a necromancer. They’re pure chaos, and very fun to draw. This isn’t illustrating any particular scene, just trying to capture the mood of their… Continue Reading
An illustration I made as a gift for my wife in 2020. She loves cormorants.
A self portrait that I did in 2020. This work eventually inspired my Live2d rig of a skeletal dragon.
For Clip Studio’s 19th international illustration Contest, prompt: fruit.
Maybe someday I’ll settle on a style. This still life practice is heavily simplified from a super lovely photo from alenadanko on instagram. If you dig still life photography with a lot of atmosphere, elegance, vintage and shabby-chic styling, … Continue Reading
Okay let’s look at the goals I set for myself. Making a “finished” drawing every day. Be drawing a heck of a lot of hornedworms. upload these drawings every day, or at least once a week. tweet about these drawings every day, or at least once a week. So I fell short of my goal… Continue Reading
The things I will be physically doing for Inktober: Making a “finished” drawing every day. Be drawing a heck of a lot of hornedworms. trying to upload these drawings every day, or at least once a week. tweeting about these drawings every day, or at least once a week. The thing I’m hoping to get… Continue Reading
Good morning! Or at least, it’s good now that I’ve eaten my sweet millennial avocado toast. 😉 Today I’ve started a week long art project. I’ve never really pressed myself to draw or paint in time limit. As a result I’ve always felt insecure about how long it takes me Continue reading Continue Reading