Friday, April 18, 2014

SPERA Glass Flowers part 17!

I recently had the pleasure of working with writer Josh Tierney on his Spera Glass Flowers webcomic series! I illustrated all of part 17, you can follow the link to the webcomic here: start at PART 1  or go to PART 17.

The Spera site is HERE, and has info on the published books and the series in general. For those of you unfamiliar with the series, it's about 2 princesses who decide to become adventurers and team up with a fire spirit and a warrior cat on their adventures. Pira is the tomboy princess, her mother's up to no good and is most likely the big bad of the entire series. Lono is less inclined to charge at crazy monsters with her sword swinging without thinking things through first. 

The Glass Flowers webcomic is about the girls going to a mysterious festival island that's like an immersive theme park, but strange things are going on behind the scenes, and not only is their journey there plagued with nightmares, but by the time they arrive a mysterious character with a creepy face and a wide-brimmed hat seems to want to use the girls to some unknown purpose. I did part 17 out of 20, so it's towards the end of the story, you may want to go and read part 1 onwards first so you're not confused or spoilered. You've been warned!

I hope you enjoyed this chapter of Spera! I had a lot of fun making it and a lot of it was completed while I was travelling so it made for an interesting experience. The fact that the scene was mostly all a dream made it super fun too!

Make sure to check the Spera site for future updates so you can see how the story ends!

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Work on "FROM SHADOW" continues

I've super busy these past few months. Including a huge life change that involved me moving and getting a job which I'll be making a separate post about soon. For now I wanted to update you on the current illustration I'm working on from one of my current pitch projects, "From Shadow". Yes I actually have a name for it now and that is exciting because titles are always tricky.

Anyway, here's an excerpt from the current illustration below:
More updates to come!

Friday, October 4, 2013

Too Kawaii To Die Volume 4 is out!

I have had the privilege of being a part of the 'Too Kawaii To Die' zine since volume 1, and now volume 4 is out! It's full of comics and illustrations that both celebrate and subvert cute anime stereotypes and Japanese culture which often results in terrifying, sad or grotesque monstrosities, but in a good way.

The tumblr post for volume 4 has all the download links you'll need! HERE! It's not available for print yet, but if it is in the future I'll be sure to keep you all in the loop!

Below is 2 out of the 5 illustrations I did for the zine.

Thursday, October 3, 2013

SHADOW character illustration

Illustration finished! I wanted to be able to introduce the three main characters of my pitch project in color, so here they are! Glenn, Sadie, and Cain, and behind them is Athena, Sadie's Shadow.
Originally I had thought about using this as the cover but decided against it.

[click for larger image!]

More news on this project in the future!

Friday, September 27, 2013

The Future Of Transpose Operator!

Those of you wondering about Transpose Operator's current status - GO VISIT THE SITE!

There's a brand new news post for you HERE!