Buncha illustrations I did for King County Library System to promote their multicultural programs.
Natural science-y spot illustrations
I drew a surly black cat.
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Rainforest. Trying to make some more work for my black and white portfolio. It started out as a sketch in my sketchbook and I didn’t quite expect it to get this complicated.
A little spot illustration.
I used this image because I’ve seen it posted without a source SO many times. (I’m looking at you Disney fandom)
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I’m gonna go ahead and signal boost the living fuck out of this.
http://saucenao.com/ is a good site to use as well. Another thing you can do is add sources to unsourced art you see on your dashboard so anyone who reblogs from you will spread the source around as well.
it’s even a lot easier to search for the image—just right click the image and hit “search Google for this image”
Something even easier than just that for sourcing is the Saucenao Tool. It’s an extension for both Chrome and Firefox and it allows you to right click any image and search it through either Saucenao (if it’s an Pixiv work), Google Image, IQDB or TinEye with just a simple click!
Winter Solstice is coming up soon! Hope all the witches in your life are warm and happy this winter.
Okay, I admit it. I wanted to draw a witch and needed a reason to make it sort of winter-y. I seem to always want to draw Halloween themed illustrations around this time of year.
I’m excited to announce that a book I worked on earlier this year has just come out!
Camp Secret, by Kathryn Dennis and Melissa Mahle (who, by the way, no big deal, is a former CIA intelligence agent), is a middle grade novel that follows four kids as they discover that their summer camp is really a training ground for junior spies. It’s a really fun read, and you can read the first chapter here, or learn more about the book and the authors at their website.
Map of the camp:
Portraits of the 4 main characters: