This is what I did today! Thistle, gorse and thyme. Ink plus digital color.
This is a little bitty piece of a big project I’m working on called The Stolen Bairn and the Sidh. It’s a scottish folktale that I’m basing my senior project on.
Loads more to come. :)
Illustrated notebook. Tide pools! Acrylic ink on grey paper.
When I was a kid my family went on vacation on the sunshine coast. It was neat.
More Illustrated notebook - theme was memories. Colored pencil, acrylic ink, walnut ink.
Playing with illustrated type. Acrylic and India ink.
These scanned a bit weird. More illustrated notebook stuff, memory themed.
My grandma was really good at video games, she had the old brick gameboy and when I visited her as a kid I would play Link’s Awakening on it. In one of the sidequests in that game you collect ‘secret seashells’, coincidentally, my grandma almost always wore a golden wentletrap necklace.
"Tried to forget"
Black ink and white ink. More illustrated notebook. Jeb traverses the wonderful world of anxiety.
My friend said this looked like Dean from Venture Bros. and now I can’t unsee it.
Cut out the offending part.
Acrylic ink, India ink, cut paper, micron. A piece for illustrated notebook.
Just doing some weird experiments.
Illustrated notebook. Acrylic ink and micron.
Gawky wizard boy having gawky wizard adventures.
No it’s totally not Schmendrick from The Last Unicorn who said that?
Even more illustrated type! Jeb’s continued adventures in puberty.
The first image was a weird paint-over of the illustration that was in the book. Dang, I really should have taken a scan before I painted over it. Oops. Well, anyway, before it was a Native American boy aiming an arrow at Jeb, who was turning to look in shock. As you can see, very little has changed.
More illustrated notebook. Micron, india ink and acrylic ink.