Monday, December 22, 2014

End of 2014

As per usual, I can't talk about most of my current workload. That's fine though--it's good to be employed.

I've joined a Daily Drawing Challenge group led by one of my college professors. Anyone is welcome to join. Click here if you're interested!

So here, more or less, is a sketch dump of daily warm-up drawings.

It's been nice to have the freedom to experiment each morning before I get to work.

This will be my last post of the year. It's been a good one:

Great things are to follow in 2015. Stay tuned!

Friday, October 31, 2014

Inktober: Month of Monsters

Sorry that it's been so long since I've posted anything.

Most of my current workload is freelance work (which is terrific! Just not to be shared).

Otherwise, my webcomic, Petrichor updates weekly. I recommend everyone follow that project here:

But now to the point: this year I participated in Inktober.

"Every October, artists all over the world take on the InkTober drawing challenge by doing one ink drawing a day the entire month. [Jake Parker] created InkTober in 2009 as a challenge to improve inking skills and develop positive drawing habits. It has since grown into a worldwide endeavor with thousands of artists taking on the challenge every year."

In combination with Inktober, I also took part in the Monster Girl Challenge.






Arachnid (Scorpion)


Demon (Tiefling)


True Monster (Triceratops)




Reptile (Dragon)






Canine (Hyena)

Feline (Cheetah)

Yokai (Kirin)

Multiple Limbs

Favorite Monster Girl (Wendigo)

Favorite Monster Girl Character (Mothra)

A Truly Gruesome Girl

Monster Girls Out Together

Monster Girl and Significant Other
(Chimera and Hydra Couple)
Celebrate Monster Girls
(Day at the Beach)

BONUS: Monstrous Me

This was tons of fun! I encourage everyone to participate in Inktober next year.

Happy Halloween!

Monday, June 2, 2014

Petrichor: Webcomic Launched

Since January of this year, I’ve been putting together a sad little comic called Petrichor. Last Friday was the official release date— the full 10-page prologue is already waiting for you to read! 

Click the link to check it out. From here on out, a new page will be up every Tuesday.

So go ahead and scope out the SCAD Senior Thesis that I’ve kept in secret for so long. Find out how a fallen doctor seeks to win back the affection of his ex-girlfriend by curing her of cancer. Come back on Tuesday for the beginning of chapter 1!

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Reluctant Roni

My children's book is complete!

I am blown away at the amount of work I was able to get done in only 10 weeks. This was my favorite class in the Sequential department at SCAD --- please take this elective! It's so satisfying to write, illustrate, and physically bind together a 32-page book!

Wish me well as I pioneer the world of publishing. Here are a few excerpts for ya:

My time at Savannah College of Art and Design is just about over. I cannot thank everyone enough for encouraging me through this adventure. I am so blessed to have spent the last four years at comics school.