Today I’d like to share a work in progress. I still need to color it, but here is a rare view inside the Squirrel Intelligence Agency – tucked inside a tall oak tree, of course.
For finished artwork, please check out my illustration page.
That’s all for now. I hope you’re having a great week! Thanks for stopping by. 🙂
I’m excited to share some of the characters from from my graphic novel work-in-progress: Cognito Sanchez! See a mockup of the cover and additional art here.
I’m working on more art samples, including SIA (the Squirrel Intelligence Agency) headquarters, the villains (muhaha!) and perhaps a sample spread. More soon. Thanks for stopping by!
Good news: I managed to work on something new this week!
It turns out drawing walrus people is way more fun than drawing normal people. Who knew? I have some plans for these two. More coming soon. :)
I’m happy to say that I’ve finally chipped away at the synopsis of my graphic novel. I’ve heard people bemoan writing these before, and they’re right. It’s a little painful to sum up 160 pages in 500 – 600 words. It also feels a tad robotic. But I’m doing the best I can! If it sucks, my critique group will steer me in the right direction. 🙂
Since sharing my synopsis would be boring, and I don’t want to share any spoilers , you get more collage! Haha! This collage side project is super fun though. I think these two pieces are my favorite so far.
I came across some notebooks during my continued cleaning and sorting efforts and found droves of old song lyrics (some better than others…heh) that never made it into any of my songs. I thought it’d be interesting to use snippets of these lyrics as collage elements. Here’s the first attempt.
Well, that’s all for now! Hopefully I have something aside from collage to share with you next week, but no guarantees. 🙂