I tried my hand at a graphic novel style illustration.
Thursday, November 7, 2013
Here's a link to a comment I posted on another blog on the subject of diversity in publishing:literary-agents-discuss-the-diversity-gap-in-publishing/
Wednesday, October 23, 2013
This is a recent editorial illustration created for John's Hopkins School of Public Health magazine. It's one of three pieces on the subject of death. I love illustrating for this client because the topics are always so stimulating. This particular article referenced the history of death and healthcare and the pervasive pessimism of it all versus the positivity of modern medicine.
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Sunday, February 17, 2013
Anyone who's been to my studio knows I like to share this little money saving tip. I've always used disposable palette paper. Like any illustrator looking to cut down costs, I figured there had to be a cheaper solution than the pads of palette paper I was buying at art stores. I tried wax paper, but it was too flimsy. Then I tried Reynolds Freezer paper... Viola! It works perfectly with acrylics or oils. I usually buy it for under $4 (75 sq. ft on a roll, 18 inches wide). I love that I can cut it to a larger size, affording me plenty of real estate to mix color. There you go, I just saved you a buck or two.