A little sneak peek at what I’m working on for Light Grey Art Lab’s show Animystics. It opens April 25th in Minneapolis and it’s all about animals. Check out more info here!

Here’s a little piece to accompany an article written for kids called “Who were the first artists?” Prehistory is super cool, and the human impulse to create is crazy interesting to me (for obvious reasons).

Also I feel like I’m starting to hit my digital stride

Here’s two adventurers in a dystopian society on a quest to find guy-on-the-left’s mom, who vanished two years before and who is rumored to be heading the resistance. Formerly-wealthy-guy-on-the-right was saved by his buddy after his whole family was killed in an uprising, so he’s coming along too.

There’s all their stuff.

This piece is in anticipation of World UFO Day. Aliens freaked me out as a child, but UFOs I always found a little less fundamentally terrifying. I like imagining the cute little laser sounds as they destroy our planet.

A little redesign of Mr. Owl from the old Tootsie Pop commercials for Character Design. His tongue is getting perhaps a little too lascivious.

Sketches from the past month. There are also some cameos of my friends during class

My piece that’s just been hung in the show Technotwonic: A Candy-Coated Technicolor Fever Dream. If you can make it to MICA, it’s hanging in the Third Floor Gallery in Fox! 

This piece was loosely inspired by a story I read when a long time ago about two brothers who together form the Dawn. I’m trying to make my digital a little looser, and in many ways this piece is one big sketch, so we’ll see where this takes me.  I gotta say, I’m not used to all these bright colors!

So I drew 50 monkeys and made them into a big poster. Technically, they’re primates and all, but there was a hell of a lot of monkey research involved. I used mostly traditional with this in order to speed up the process, and I’m surprised that it actually worked. 

(I’ve gotta say, humans start looking a lot more like monkeys when you look at monkeys all day)

A little sneak peek at what I’m working on right now

Some warmup sketches I’ve been doing before working. Most of them are characters from a certain TV show I’ve been enjoying.