Wednesday, December 15, 2010


For narrative class, our final project was to illustrate a myth or tale. I have a strong attraction to the ancient Mayans and chose to tell one of their stories.

Here is my completed illustration of the story of Quetzalcoatl reviving the human race.

Saturday, October 23, 2010

After a sleepless night at school, this was the last page I did before driving home and sleeping for 12 of the following 18 hours.

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

subconsciously sketching

Here are some pages from my subconscious sketchbook class. Everything is a work in progress, a constant evolution.

I feel like I am finally finding my way. I am happy.

Monday, October 11, 2010

dear self, post more

... because I am definitely drawing more. Portraits, patterns, p-p-p-type.

Saturday, September 11, 2010


 Mustard is the colour of the day.

I've been drawing my face off since school pressure started coming on strong. I had alot of fun with this one.. referenced from The Sartorialist.

Sunday, August 29, 2010

Words that rhyme with DUCK.

Over the summer I have been working on a project which went through several facelifts before evolving into what now involves getting others to offer up their personal memories associated with food.

Here are two pieces I completed this weekend.

The first one made me decide that I never want to do any art like it, ever again. My fingers hurt from holding an exacto knife for 5 hours, and the precision required to make it look good was just too much. After completion, I decided the one good thing that came out of it is that I could cross off one media from my list of potential techniques to use during this coming (and FINAL) year of school.

Then the second one happened.

I started looking around the websites of some of my favourite artists that do hand drawn type, as I needed to apply some sort of text after the portrait was complete.

Now, I'm pretty sure I will definitely use the exacto knife + coloured paper = cool stencil effect many times again.

Lesson learned.