Posts Tagged ‘illustration’


ancient lizards

A few distant relatives of Ernesto. If you’ve been missing posts on this here blog, I post my new illustration work on Instagram and Twitter.


Vicuña

One of the best results of watching the stunning Planet Earth documentary is getting to draw some of the animals I met for the first time. This is a vicuña, they live in Chile.


Friday Robots Returns

The return of Friday Robots! This was a series I did for many years. An art challenge, a fun bit of design work, and a way to make something once a week with no expectations. This guy is more representational than usual, but he is as mysterious as any Robot I’ve met.


Friday Robots

This Friday Robot has Autumnal colors.


Friday Robots


Commissions

Would you like a digital drawing based on a photo of yourself? I can draw you! Choose one of the options below, single or couples portrait, then email me a few photos to use as reference.

$15 (US) for single portraits, $30 for couples.

I will email the drawing to you within a week!

Portraits

friday robots

We made it to another Friday! And so, to celebrate our impending co-existence with super intelligent robots, here is today’s entry in Friday Robots. This robot, like so many others, enjoys contemplating the intricacy of nature.


logo work

I’ve been doing some logo work in addition to illustrations. Here are a few examples. I’m open to new work!


coloring pages: scuffy and tootle

I’m separating these coloring pages because these are far and away LQ’s favorite characters. Scuffy and Tootle are each the star of their respective Little Golden Book. Both books are written by Gertrude Crampton and illustrated by Tibor Gergely. My undying gratitude goes out to them; they created characters that truly captured LQ’s heart and imagination.


the grand canyon turns 100

On February 26, 1919, the Grand Canyon became a National Park. The geologic formations, which are actually quite a bit older, were preserved for generations to come. In honor of this historic anniversary, I made a drawing of the North Rim.

Our National Parks are more than vacation destinations. They are our heritage and our legacy. They are arguably the most American thing of all. Without that protected land, innumerable species of plants and animals would have gone extinct long ago. Rivers that irrigate our land and water our cities might be polluted and unusable. In short, there is no human project more important than knowing what not to develop.

When these lands are destroyed, they never come back. Here’s to the Grand Canyon, may it last far into the future.