Friday, March 28, 2014


I had some requests for Reeve. I haven't done as many studies on his facial structure as I have Westley, but here goes. Darn you Reeve for being so charming but so hard to draw.
"The first was a tall young man with a crooked grin and dimples. Wild green eyes scanned the room, falling on Sibyl." -Ice Princess
Reeve's design is based on Jackson Rathbone and Chris Galya. Naturally I picked two guys who have simple but hard facial structures. The more I draw him the more he takes on features of his own, but Reeve's still pretty hard to draw. Lately Westley's easier.

Well I guess I should do Alexander next, right?

Thursday, March 20, 2014

60s Girls - Warm Ups

These were meant to be warm ups to try out a different style. But I had quite a bit of fun with them. As it turned out, I've been thinking about what I want to portray as "my style" and "my product." I've struggled with this but keep leaning back on simple vector pieces centered on fashion, particularly vintage fashion. I might start a blog up of just finished pieces featuring this style and keep this for sketches and concept pieces. Who knows. In the mean time, here are some samples and warm ups to get an idea.

Tuesday, March 18, 2014


I never get around to drawing this character because he's a real pain. So here's Westley, a Faerie prince.

"Except he did stick out because he had cheekbones sculpted by angels and gawked at everything." -Ice Princess

I looked a lot at fan arts done of Andrew Garfield to get a feel for the facial structure I wanted for Westley. Eventually he started taking on his own features. Actually he reminds me of the guy from Teen Wolf. The lizard guy.... Clearly I don't watch Teen Wolf. Anyway, the second picture is referenced from a Spider Man fan art by Kreugan. Being the lazy bum I am I won't put the link. Also, I'm a bit proud of the third piece even though I messed up on the hair.

See Reeve
See Alexander
See Josephine
See Eileen
See Sibyl

Thursday, March 13, 2014


These characters are kind of my favorite to draw, if you can't already tell. Here are two sisters.