Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas, everyone. Here’s a simple children’s book style illustration I made for my Christmas cards this year. I hope you enjoy it. Merry Christmas!

Digital Illustrations Wallpapers

Here are 5 new wallpapers. I made these all using my Wacom tablet and had them printed last Fall for a show. I consider them abstract illustrations (illustractions?) that tell a story in their titles. They’re very personal, emotional, and graphic, so I hope you like them.



“Going Down”


“A New Path”


“Holding On”


“Mental Overflow”


Daily Drawing Book 2

Here’s another Daily Drawing Book that I started last July. I told myself to carry this around wherever I went and draw one thing every day. No other rules. Just draw one thing every day. Only problem was there were points of weeks/months that I didn’t draw every day, so it went on for a whole year with only 83 or so drawings. Some stuff had very clear inspiration and I took a lot of time on, and others, I just sorta stuck to the rule and had to draw something that day. Still, though, I feel like I came up with some great ideas, some awesome drawings, and as a whole, it tells a story. Like a visual journal of some sort…

Click here to view the entire album of daily drawings. I’ve already started the next book. Click on the thumbnails of my favorites below to open them in a new window.

Mega Christmas!

Mega Christmas, everyone! I made this illustration in Flash/illustrator for my Christmas card this year. Everyone loved it, so I’m sharing it online now, too. Mega Christmas! I mean Merry Christmas!

Agent # 417

I have been collecting bottle caps for a while now, with the intention of making art with them. This past Winter, I made a huge Super Mario sprite out of various bottle caps for my friend, Dan.

I gave it to him for his Birthday.

After making the Mario one, I knew I had to make one for myself. It was going to be of MY favorite video game character: Mega Man. I set out collecting the bottle caps, and friends were giving me bags at a time. Everyone thought I was a weirdo, but that’s fine.

This is a 40″x60″ plank of wood. It’s huge and heavy. I had to have somebody pick me up at work to bring it home.

Here I am, spray-painting the background. I decided to go with a sort of explosion looking thing, but keeping it clean and simple with solid lines and bold colors.

Round 1 of the blue spraypaint is done. Seriously, this thing is as big as me.

I taped off the rest of the areas and finished the spray-painting. I was pretty pleased at this point with the background.

There are 417 bottle caps, including the bullet. This took more than just a few hours to lay all these out on the floor…

…and another few hours to move them from the floor to the spray-painted wood.

I wasn’t super pumped with how the yellow background was showing through, and a few of my friends noticed it, too. I had to color in the background areas where it was yellow as I glued the caps down. This took a really, really long time…

…but I got it finished, and I Love it. Seriously, Mega Man is as big as me. Awesome.

Agent # 417, named after how many bottle caps (pixels) there are in this thing.

Here’s a banana for scale.

Thanks for viewing this, but don’t ask me to make you one. I’m never making bottle cap art again.

Link to the imgur album