Sketchbook Splash

It’s Sketchbook Saturday and, as you can see, my sketchbook has gained a lot more color lately.

The following was doodled while watching Peter S. Beagle’s The Last Unicorn.

Hello November

Thanksgiving is fast approaching, and somehow I have not managed to update my blog yet this month. I am sorry. Here is a page from my sketchbook to break my artistic silence.

Featured above is my purse, a stapler, and a calculator depicted in pen, marker, and colored pencil. Sketchbook Saturday lives!

Also, I’ve recently revamped my Etsy shop for the upcoming holiday season. For the first time I am selling prints of my plein air paintings. Take a look.

Oh, Brave New World

I’ve taken on the massive task of turning Auldous Huxley’s A Brave New World into a series of sequential illustrations. Right now I simply have piles and piles of concept art. Once it all starts making sense, you’ll be the first to see the results.

Here are some of my early ideas for Lenina Crowne:

The beginnings of her soma holiday at the reservation:

Here’s some sciency stuff to balance out her inherent nature:

Everything That There Is

I thought about pangaea while painting/drawing this abstraction.

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A couple details:

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The World. Watercolor, ink, marker on paper. 6.25″ x6″ (16cm x 15.2cm).

Unframed: $30.00

Everyone’s Favorite Subject

This abstraction is about one of the most thought about subjects in human history: death. Not the afterlife. But the exact moment before your own life ends.

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The Impending, Inevitable Uncertainty. Watercolor, ink, marker on paper. 5″x8″.

Unframed:  40.00

Abstract ACEO

These ACEO were created in response to how well recieved my Ninja Snowman was.

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Bumble Bee Burrow. Ink, marker, paper, and colored pencil. 2.5″x3.5″ (6.4cmx8.9cm).

Blues Improv. Ink, marker, paper, and colored pencil. 2.5″x3.5″ (6.4cmx8.9cm).

Both are the size of a playing card. They are fifteen dollars each.