The rainbow, sparkles, and crown are actually glittery. I just wanted to do something dumb to see how iridescent watercolor medium looked with gouache.July 2012
Deer Prince doesn't know why he often get so sad, he just does. Good thing he's so preoccupied with his crying jag, or he'd be really embarrassed that that skeleton crow was witnessing the break down.
12x12" done on a clay board panel, this was for a fundraising auction at the Altered Esthetics gallery.
Digital mock-up for a screen print. Had to do something for FAMIB being around for a decade.February 2011
A mix of watercolor, gouache, and ink. It's taken me a long time to decide on Narancs' Ei form, but I'm pretty happy with the end result. Hopefully I'll still be happy with it in a couple weeks when I have to start drawing it in to the comic.September 2010
A painting done for the Foot In the Door 4 exhibition at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.February 2010
Trying to make Tomas and Wollen as cute as can be is fun, because its out of character.
The picture got it's title as a joke on what I've had people mistake these characters as over the years.
I think my first painting with gouache, one of the best, too. I eventually used it for FAMIB's chapter 11 cover.February 2009
A younger, angstier, Narancs riding a dopey reindeer. Came out of playing around with my Pentel brush pen.February 2009