A newspaper illustration to complement an article on College baseball players donating their time by tutoring in local public schools. The line-work was hand drawn and scanned into the computer. The color was applied in Corel Painter.
An illustration created as an old-style advertisement to accompany an article on Huntington University's mysterious Blue Pill.
To correspond with an article on dormitory heating at Huntington University. This illustration was drawn in pen and ink to emulate the style of John McPherson, the illustrator of the Close to Home comic strip.
This global warning illustration was created to complement an article discussing the effects of global warming. It was created using pen and ink.
Who We Are is a Children's book I wrote and illustrated. The book discusses various family types as a method to illustrate the need for understanding towards the lives of those around us. The illustrations are digitsl collages using scanned images of construction paper.
The League of One Shot Heroes was my firt attempt at full comic book writing and illustrating. It features original characters in a unique situation. What happens when heroes die? This is the cover to issue number one.
The first page from The League of One Shot Heroes issue number one.
What happens when you get a little too close to something radioactive? As this poor gentleman found out, you don't receive the powers of a spider. You just get a third arm. This illustration was digitally drawn and colored.
Wheaty Yummy Clusters is an original cereal concept created purely for the exercise of illustrating a cereal box. It was created using a combination of digital photo manipulation and digital illustration.
This WWF Magazine was created simply to place myself in the shoes, or boots in this case, of a professionl wrestler. It is a digital illustration.
A traditional style poster for the Huntington University Music Department's annual Christmas performance. It is a combination of digital photo manipulation and digital illustration.
A contemporary style poster for the Huntington University Music Department's annual Christmas performance. It is a combination of digital photo manipulation and digital illustration.
This Monster Movie poster was created to simulate the style of an monster movie posters from years ago. It was digitally illustrated using a minimalistic color palette.