Posts Tagged ‘editorial illustration’


November 15, 2013




A group of newer images


Pop Mechanics

September 12, 2013

Pop Mechanics

Small illustration for the DIY Tech section of the latest Popular Mechanics. The article title “Creating In the Cloud” as about collaborative work across different cloud services. The colors changed quite a bit in the final stages but this was my favorite. Thanks to AD Scott Wells for the assignment.

Four Horsemen

May 30, 2012

This illustration accompanies a Tor story about the four horsemen of the apocalypse wandering the world after they had destroyed it.  We find them at their next adventure, planting a tree.  Its a weird one.  This drawing may show up again if I can figure out better colors.


May 22, 2012

The titanic


May 14, 2012

Hello! Its been a long semester. Im finally getting around to posting some of my finished work.  This is a mock up editorial that accompanies a piece from wired magazine you can read here. Sadly its only a school assignment.

Fear and Loathing

November 4, 2011

My book cover concept for Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, lets just say that creating an image is the easiest part sometimes. Type is a fickle mistress


May 15, 2011

The last two illustrations in my hamlet series.  Glad its finally over with. I tried a lot of different things throughout, some good, some bad.  The bad most likely wont find their way on here.

Hope you like

on second thought, if you wanna see the final as a whole you can download the pdf…hamlet

Ralph for Emperor

May 2, 2011

This is the final illustration of the semester for my type and image class.  This is an editorial illustration done to go along with an article titled “Ralph for Emperor,” sorry I couldn’t find the actual article online.  Basically the writer of the piece, if emperor, would smoke in the bathroom of an airplane because he saw it as one of the greatest no-no’s a person could do and would find complete satisfaction in doing so.

Hamlet Redux

April 12, 2011

Here is a recent illustration that belongs to a set of 6 images reinterpreting Shakespeare’s Hamlet, act 5 scene 2.  This is actually the second image in the series, the first doesn’t really need to be floating around the internet. It isn’t exactly done but there’s plenty more to do, it will be finished later on, hopefully.  In the next couple of weeks the rest of these pieces will show up here as well.  The page will be accompanied by the words “The two brothers were digging a grave for their neighbor’s dog, which they believed to be dead.  Little did they know, they were being watched.  Hamlet, a boy recently arrived next door was observing them closely with his bunny-friend, Horatio.”


Yuki ohno!

March 30, 2011

Here’s a piece I just recently finished for class. The assignment was to illustrate a folktale and I chose the Yuki Onna.  As the story goes a beautiful woman (actually a ghost with no feet), white as snow, decides to bust open the door of the nearest cabin in the middle of the night, curiously housing two men.  She kills one and eventually has kids with the other, a typical love triangle/stalker story.  Here’s the whole Yuki Onna story if your interested.

This is the final drawing before being colored

and finally after a couple dozen sketches of scared little boys and stupid looking ghosts I finally landed here