So it's been a minute. But I have a new project to share with you all now! Since the summer I've been playing around with using acrylics and trying some new things in my work, and recently I finished up a four-painting project illustrating the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. (very spooky. very me. very… Continue reading New Illustration | And I looked, and behold, a pale horse!
You may remember that last year I made a few Skullkitty designs for the Halloween season, and since not only did I love them, so apparently did a decent portion of People Who Are Not Me - a sure sign that I'm onto something good. So this year I decided to revist the concept. Repeat… Continue reading Repeating Pattern – An Adventure In Skullcats | Art Process
R̡̖i̛͚̪̣͇͗n͇̣͖̆͛g̵̭̠̺͖̺ͣ̐̈ͤͬ ̖͖̻̣͕̂͛͑t͇̮̅͆ͯi̖̣̱͎̜̱͍͒̒̂͊́͢n̪͔̳̥̤g͚͉̼ ̟̳͊́̒ͬ͡ͅͅtͪ̔̇͏͔̬̦̫̰͈̜i̵̭̭͈̎̓̃̾̀n̵̹̈́ͅg͕͉̲̯͖̓ͮ̾͆l̶̦̼͌i̠̩͕͙̹͎̣̕n̠͈̗̞̈ͦ̋ͯg̖͖̝̤̲͂̅ͤ̈̀̚ ̹͉̯̫̼̮͙̌̏̊̓̄̅ͭť̔͆ͮ̈́ͧͬo̙̱͎̭̪̘͘o͉͕͍͇̘̐̐ It's that time of year again and I wanted to do something different this time around. Hence some slightly less cute Christmas-themed designs, which you can pick up on a variety of goods at my Redbubble Store and give to your more unusual friends and loved ones this holiday season. And… Continue reading I Hear Those Sleigh Bells Jingling…
A minimal take on the expression 'I'll Sleep When I'm Dead'. Figured October was the month to post this one!
An experimental piece I made for a prompt on Pop My Mind a while ago - a demon lady painted with nail polish and white eyeliner!
Here are all the finished designs from my September illustrations! Like I mentioned in my August roundup, I wanted to try something different this time. So I made a bunch of creepy, cute, kinda fun designs on a vaguely goth, necromancy and dark magic type theme. All of them are absolutely things I want to… Continue reading Dark Magic For Fun & Profit – September Illustrations
A response to the theme of 'Nightmare' on Pop My Mind. This piece is based on my own fear of open water, and what might lurk beneath it. Available as a print on Society6, INPRNT and Design By Humans