This piece is one of my favorites, using science fiction as the overall theme. It was done as part of a unit about types of symmetry, combining multiple types of symmetries into one piece. This piece also won 1st place for "Best Design" at Lone Star College Cy-Fair in 2014.
This is a self-portrait piece created for part of the "Palette Challenge" on Tumblr. The goal of the palette challenge was to create art using only the colors specified in a list of palettes. This particular palette was from the "Hard Mode" edition; I was drawn in by the mustard and the pink
This is a piece that I made for Breast Cancer Awareness month. I was also trying out some new pattern brushes when I made this piece.
This pieces is a self-portrait showcasing the Zentangle method. Zentangle is a process of creating patterns from unplanned, abstract designs. I drew this using Sharpies.
This is a tattoo design commissioned by a friend. She wanted a realistic Pacific sea nettle jellyfish, and then I added some filigree to enhance the final design. While it looks hand-drawn, this is a digital illustration I created using custom-made Photoshop brushes.
This is a horned lion that I drew inspired by tattoo designs. I used a brown micron pen for the peonies because I liked the contrast.
I did this drawing right after the horned lion, and because I was still in the mood to draw more peonies. This was part of my "do a drawing a day" personal challenge.
This is a submission for the Clough Art Crawl, a student art show hosted in the Clough building on Georgia Tech's campus. It is also the first piece of digital art that have ever created.
This piece was create for a unit about colors and the color wheel. I chose to use a secondary color palette (orange, purple and green) for this star gazing piece because I felt that it would establish a dreamy mood.
This was a quick drawing that I did for a competition on Instagram. A makeup brand called rtiueldefille challenged their followers to recreate some looks from their newest collection in order to win a gift card. This illustration was done with pencil, Pigma ink pens and Crayola markers.
I did this piece as to test skin tone shades that I created in Photoshop. I also wanted to test out a new brush pack.
This was a pin-up illustration that I drew a few months back. I had plans to color it in, but then I realized that I liked it better in black and white.
This was created for a unit about the concept of anomaly. I chose to focus on asymmetrical balance and incorporated some slime/wet paint blobs into my design.
This is a quick illustration that I made when I was considering making vinyl stickers or enamel pins.
This is another quick drawing of a demon that I did as part of my "one drawing a day" personal challenge. I usually like to do a rough sketch in pencil before I detail it in pen.
This was a quick fortune telling illustration. I'd drawn after looking at some traditional tattoo designs and tarot cards.
This set is part of a unit about types of symmetry (symmetry, asymmetry, radial, approximate). I chose a slime and lines them (mainly because I find them both to be relaxing).
I made this to be my new homepage banner illustration. I drew myself using my old Wacom Bamboo tablet; I now use a Wacom Cintiq.
This was another illustration that I made for the Tumblr "palette challenge". This time I experimented with using no hard outlines.
I created this illustration as a commission for a skulls and peonies tattoo. The client wanted it to sit either on their chest or at their sternum, so I had to take into account their anatomy when creating this piece.