Category Archives: Art
I’ve been working on these limited-palette dragon head drawings off and on over the past few weeks. I’ve got a small series of them, all ready for finalizing and these need to be released as prints and t-shirts for sure. … Continue reading
Another fun monster head limited palette drawing. This cyclops head will definitely be making it’s way to some merchandise in the near future.
A fun cartoon-style skeleton illustration. This guy will be featured on some upcoming merchandise for sure.
Working on some limited palette, 2-color drawings for future patch and t-shirt items.
Thanks to all the awesome backers on the Cryptid Command campaign on Kickstarter, I was able to get this paranormal-themed embroidered patch and merchandise set created. The Cryptid Command patches are now available over on my Monsterologist shop. Featuring 4 super[natural] embroidered patches, … Continue reading
This sketch of a superhero roller derby girl was created for a client’s animation project which didn’t end up going past the concept stage. There were of course a team of roller derby girls, each with their own powers, signature … Continue reading
Now live on Kickstarter: the “Ghost Guard“ glow-in-the-dark embroidered patch, lapel pin and I.D. card campaign with reward levels that include original art, limited edition item sets and Kickstarter-only exclusives!
Coming to Kickstarter on January 25, 2016: Ghost Guard! Featuring a glow-in-the-dark embroidered patch, lapel pin and I.D. card, with reward levels that include original art, limited edition item sets and Kickstarter-only exclusives. Be sure to sign up for my email … Continue reading
The backer rewards for my recent Kickstarter campaign, “Cryptid Command” just shipped! Thanks to all the supporters, I was able to produce not just the Bigfoot Army, Nessie Navy and Alien Air Force embroidered patches, but also the bonus Cryptid … Continue reading
This t-shirt illustration was created for the Cleveland Metropolitan School District for a student campaign they were running. The odd color choices were used as they were the branding colors for the campaign. This illustration was intended for a black t-shirt, … Continue reading