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Saturday, March 20, 2010


I finally had some time to work on some comics that I wanted to see colored and not just doodled in my note book. I seriously would love to do this for a living.

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Lemings Are to Die For

14"x 11" ink and watercolor

First Avenue

5"x 13" color pencil

This was a promo illustration for First Avenue I had to do for class, working with a restricted size layout.

Redleaf illustration

Here's a toddler study I did for my next project.

Friday, March 5, 2010


20"x 30" conta', charcoal, and watercolor

This was a hand study I composed with my own hands.

Magnum P.I.

8"x 10" ink and watercolor

Over winter break I watched alot of Magnum P.I., don't judge me.

I also entered this at the MIA's Foot in the Door Show, its in the second room on your way in somewhere.

Thursday, March 4, 2010


11"x 14" ink and watercolor

My favorite thing to draw is showing expressions through animals


I've got alot of these. I'll start another blog just for comics once I get some free time.
(that was a joke)

Seven Chicken Sins

Pen and Ink various sizes

Its the seven sins, with chickens.....

Look you can see the sin ingrained with the surroundings.

The Struggles to Better Man Kind

11"x 14" ink and watercolor
This is one of the few hundred comics I've drawn where I've had the time to finalize it and color it in. This was also shown at Altered Esthetics, a gallery in Minneapolis. It's called "The Struggles to Better Man Kind" as kind of a joke on what is considered consumable bi-products added to our food as well as the humor of diet fads and the "scientific studies" that are constantly telling us what we can and can't eat.

The Entertainer

18"x 20" acrylic paint

This is an older but still one of my favorite paintings I've done. I'm really drawn to creating wimsicle scenes that can sort-of break out of standard perspective, but you still follow it kind of like an image sort of like a dream. And like a dream, the images are left open to interpretation but never fully clear.

The Woodsman

11"x 14" color pencil on yellow paper

This piece is hanging in the Saint Paul mayor's office for the CVA Junior Exhibition. This is one of my favorites I've done this semester.