Illustration work that I have done on the side to keep myself happy.
2014 - PRESENT
Poster design for a Massart animation screening in Spring 2015.
Finished poster for my up and coming thesis film "Motion Pictures" in May 2016.
Rough outline sketch for "Motion Pictures" poster.
Closeup of sketch outline.
Color and design test for a skull and pile of gold. Prismacolor marker, ink, and pencil.
Finished pile of gold using prismacolor markers, and colored pencil.
Details of skeleton and gold doubloons.
More color progression of title and treasure chest.
Shading of the skin-tones and wrinkled clothing.
A collection of some of the markers used and my testing copy of the poster to test out colors on.
Color progression on the Secondary character and background landscape.
The finished had drawn and colored Knight's of Siberia poster.
Was then scanned and digitally altered into the finished poster
Charcoal study closeup of a pumpkin stem.
A render of my drawing easel covered in paper. Charcoal on paper.
Charcoal drawing of a still life focusing on a small toy truck.
Charcoal study of an electricity outlet.
Small comedic comic I made about the mental struggles of a diet. Ink on paper.
Closeup of comic, panels 1-3.
First Panel of a cardboard triptych I made about an affair. Ink on Cardboard.
Second Panel of the triptych. This piece was a major influence for my short "Love & Lover".
Final Panel of the Triptych. All panels are life-size and are wall mounted.
Charcoal portrait I created combining an old family photo with the ruins of a local barn. Charcoal on Cardboard.
Closeup of the rubble. The entire piece is almost 5 feet tall and is wall mounted.
Closeup of the family portrait.
Painting I made symbolizing the joys and confusion of a teenage summer. Acrylic paint on cardboard
Portrait of a close friend at a party. Watercolor on paper.
Fun illustration I made in a sketchbook. Watercolor on Paper.
Fun illustration about a zombie delivery boy. Watercolor on Paper.
Fictional poster I made titled "Vampire Weekend." Watercolor on Paper.