Here’s the rest of my short children’s story, The Lonely Lobblekin. Read the first part of it here!
Here’s my “interactive narrative,” a short children’s story I’d like to call The Lonely Lobblekin. There’s another 8 animated pages you can read here, as my next tumblr post :)
Quick 6-hour assignment for my illustration class. I chose the classic The Fox and the Grapes from Aesop’s Fables.
The final illustration for my figure utilization class. We had to create a scene with 5 ethnically-diverse figures, so I chose the four seasons and mother nature.
Quick poster I made for my Advanced Fiction Workshop’s student reading next week. Behind the hawthorn branches lurks a Leanan Sidhe, the lovely fay muse of artists and writers, as well as a little pixie boy at the top. Lots of fun, and I love any excuse to draw a faery!
For my illustration class, we had to make a book cover for a classic YA or adult novel. I chose The Outsiders, since it’s one of my absolute favorites.
For my sequential format class, we had to make a comic. Mine is about the “Importance of Being Figurative,” especially in the case of idioms.