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Gloryhole, Animated

Worlds, 2016 Animations

As you know, I’ve been working on my series “Worlds”. While I am excited to show off these works, I’m wary to upload them without them being a set! However, I do want to share with my blog readers the animations I’ve been working on for these works. I’m still working on this set — there are

RD Logo Sketches

Logo and Business Card Design for Rachael Donnelly

A friend of mine, Rachael Donnelly, expressed interest in starting her own business as a personal trainer. She’s been working in body building and competing for quite some time now, so it was only a matter of time before she started her own company. She sent me a text with some ideas she had about

Untitled Azra Quick Sketch

New Video: Timelapse, Untitled Quick Sketch

This isn’t exactly a polished or completed work by any means. I set out originally to do a true “speedpaint” (when you draw a picture as quickly as you can) out of a sketch I had that I liked a lot. Unfortunately I took a little longer (about 3 hours) than I intended, but I

Worlds

Interview with Section 8 Magazine: Worlds Sneak Peek

I recently had the pleasure of conducting an interview with Section 8 Magazine. They posed some very interesting, thought provoking questions. In this interview, I also included an exclusive sneak peek of my new series titled “Worlds”. My latest project is a series I call “Worlds”. Essentially, this series is based upon the idea that

Hypnopompic Hallucination, worked in a bit

Hypnopompic Hallucination, 2016, In Progress Shots

My original character Azra, as you probably know him through a lot of the personal works I’ve created, struggles with a lot of byproducts of PTSD (Including a lot of anxiety and a variety of other mental tics and symptoms). One of those is struggles is insomnia. It’s more of a reluctance thing. As with anyone who

Photo of the tablet on the desk

Monoprice Tablet Review & Brooke Portrait In Progress Shots, 2016

Often times I see a lot of illustrators (and a lot of friends!) who use such wonderful graphic tablet devices such as a Cintiq. I’ve always envied these but never really thought it was worth spending the money on one. When I started out in digital illustration, I worked strictly with a mouse. Once my

Ungezahmt First Capture

Ungezähmt, 2016, In Progress Shots

Often times I think of characters of mine who so happen to fall into the category of “vampire” as more of wild beasts. They’re more like animals than anything; they act more as nocturnal carnivores rather than insatiable blood lusting beings. This may lend a lot to the idea that these characters dislike being called

Neverending Sketch

Neverending (This Isn’t Over), 2015, In Progress Shots

You may recall this deck from my Decks gallery. It’s been there since 2015 when I created it, but I posted a lot of in progress shots to Instagram but never really posted it anywhere else. I just posted to Behance with it, so hey, why not share here, too? Here we go. I had

Filled in Sketch

Bisecting, 2016, In Progress Shots

This work was an interesting one and was a lot different from what I usually do. I started with this idea of two people making up the majority of a third person. I wasn’t sure how to go about it, so I started sketching some ideas. A big thing I had in mind was a

Anxiety, 2016

Anxiety, 2016, In Progress Shots

I’ve been really into coming up with highly detailed drawings lately, as you can see with works like “Decomposition” (2015), and “Neverending (This Isn’t Over)” (2015). For some reason, despite the fact that I can get fidgety working on these, I like putting in the effort and pushing myself to slow down. I also have