March 30, 2009

Capital Watch

An illustration for an article that I have never seen that must have something to do with the pictured state senators.

March 29, 2009

March 27, 2009

More Senior Exhibition

It is up! I will make posts with close ups later. The official opening is Saturday evening. The top photo is me enjoying my new (and still unused) kayak while taking a break from another all night print and paint fest.

March 22, 2009

Senior Exhibition

I am currently working on my piece for the Senior Exhibition at Messiah College. I am making 75 printed portraits and hand coloring each one. In the one photo I am working in my studio and the other is a few of the prints laid out to dry a little faster. The piece is called 75 People I Know, Volume I.

March 18, 2009

From The Church Sketchbook

From the new series at LCBC entitled "Monster In The Lake." Kudos to those that know the artist I have been looking at.

March 13, 2009

Bridge Illustrations

These illustrations were made for Messiah College's alumni magazine called The Bridge. The article offers marriage advice. Here is the online version of the article.

March 04, 2009

220 Bombs

This was my latest project in Advanced Drawing with Daniel Finch. The bombs are currently falling in a very graceful manner. I released them in an atrium at school that extends through three floors.

March 01, 2009

From The Church Sketchbook


DIA Beacon

A small bunch of fellow hard chargers travelled to DIA Beacon yesterday. This is all that I ended up with from the trip. Some days the pens just don't work. Stickman and Essence of Kathleen.

More Will

This is a classmate in Computer Art.

Evacuation Day by Stan Harris

This is the cover image for Stat Harris's new book Evacuation Day. This is the second in a series of books about a boy that travels from the present back in time to significant events surround the American Revolution. The books offer a history lesson and dynamic entertainment. The third book is currently being written by Stan.

When Illustration Goes Bad

Here is a great reason to practice in sketchbook and not on the final illustration. Weird, I know.