Tuesday, August 11, 2015


So, if you hadn't already noticed I've kind of moved on from Blogger.

The original reason I got a blogger was so that it could serve as my personal website. A place I could refer people and potential clients to view my work. This blog has served me well, but now I'm moving on to something that makes more sense for me.

I'm in the process of creating an actual website of my own. The main parts of it are live, but I still have a long way to go in terms of compiling work files and getting everything ready. But, this new website will serve as a place to showcase my portfolio and also personal and professional projects I've completed. I'm very excited for it to be all-the-way done!

I don't think I will delete this blog, at least not yet. But I more than likely will not be posting here again.

But there are plenty of places to follow me online! If you would like to continue seeing my work, here are all the ways in which you can do so:

I post to Tumblr, Instagram, and Twitter pretty regularly. Facebook I admittedly neglect a little bit, but I'm working on updating it at the same time as my other accounts. So if you're interested in following me those are the ways to go!

Also, my Society6 and Etsy stores are still up and running. Recently I started selling original pencil/ink/paintings on Etsy so if you haven't seen that yet be sure to head over there.

Well, I guess this is it. Farewell Blogger. And thank you all for following me! I hope you continue to do so!

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Storyboard Homework 2

This is what I did for my 2nd homework assignment. The prompt was Kalisi, Jackie Chan, and Ghandi in an underwater lab .. with a unicorn horn. Very random but very fun.

Saturday, January 24, 2015

Storyboard Homework 1

Archie and the Boar
I'm taking a storyboard class right now and this was the first piece of homework I turned in. I'm loving this class.

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Pokemon Sculptures!

Check out these Pokemon Sculptures I made!


and Charmander

I made them for a friend! I really enjoy sculpting a lot. I wish I had time to do this more. These are made out of Super Sculpey, tin foil, and wire. They are painted with Acrylic paint with an acrylic, protective varnish over-coat. Matte for the skin and glossy for the eyes .. though Charmander came out pretty shiny despite the matte varnish. The most challenging part was getting the proportions of the characters as close as I could to "correct". They each took awhile to make, but I'm very happy with the results :)

I might try to make more sculpture type things and sell them online ... but I'm not sure. Hmm

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Digital Paintings: Body Positive and Blankets

I'm really happy with these two little pieces. I'm excited for when I have an opportunity to do another illustration in a similar way.

love your body!

but also blankets

Digital Sketches: Portraits

Coloring practice practice practice