Edited the "Ghost Forest" photoshop file and added new sketches and a photograph, then painted over all of them.
I drew a really, really rough sketch of a multi-legged corgi two years ago and after finishing my internship in September 2018 I realized it was a crime that I never actually finished it. So I started over and pounded it out.
It's hard to overstate how the first new star wars movie in nearly two decades became an excuse for a tidal wave of marketing and merch. Everything had a Darth Maul edition of some sort.
One of many time-consuming background paintings for aWake. Aside from inking done by my friend Mike, I did all of the backgrounds by myself, many of which were animated.
Ghost Forest (the painting Untitled was built upon) and this were made as Christmas presents for family. This one was for my sister.
Every day of 1999 I've drawn something in a monthly series for instagram. January was a singer series, February was 1999. In this case, I got contacts for the first time. Everything was huge and clear and surreal in the doctor's office when I put them in.
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater was an obsession of mine in 1999. Didn't matter that I didn't have the balance to pull of even the simplest ollie in reality.
There used to be an intel ad with Blur's Song 2 in it that I always anticipated because I loved the song, but didn't know who wrote it.
Buffalo Busters were essentially just bagel bites but with buffalo chicken, and they were a thousand times more delicious. They were at Sam's and I ate them like Scooby snacks and then they were gone forever.
In March I did a series called "What Did Kirby Eat" Where I came up with different Kirbys and posted not only a standard drawing, but also made a pixel art version in Graphics Gale. This was my excuse to learn pixel art.