It’s a little ways past the book’s release, so I can show this off now! This is an illustration I did for Matthew Davis’ new novel DARKWEIRD. I love doing horror! Check out the book with my art as well as work by several other rad artists over here: http://a.co/d/0stApnH
This is it! All the card illustrations for Owl-Woman Oracle are complete now! My next steps are to finish up writing the readings and plug everything into the code. Aiming to pull this all together and release by the end of the year, then I’ll look into getting physical decks printed.
I completed another splash screen for my client Brian’s fantasy VN this week! (I won’t go into the context of this image though because spoilers. 😉 )
I’m excited to show off the World card for Owl-Woman Oracle today. 🙂 Only one more card illustration left!
Here’s the most recent splash screen I created for my client Brian’s visual novel! This one shows a quiet moment between the two main characters.
After a bit of a delay, I’ve got a new Owl-Woman Oracle card to show off! This time it’s the Wheel (AKA Wheel of Fortune) card.
Finished the next splash screen for my client Brian’s visual novel! This is another one that depicts past events. Here we’ve got the main character’s father, the king, when he was younger being adored by his people.
The first of several splash screens I’ll be creating for my client Brian’s fantasy visual novel! This one appears during some exposition about a war between healing mages and necromancers that took place before the events of the game.
This is the second year now that I’ve done an illustration for #Mermay. I always feel motivated to revamp a sea monster character I created in high school when I see everyone’s mermaids.
The acrylic painting I did back in 2007 was part of a diptych, inspired by William Blake’s Behemoth and Leviathan engraving. This is the first time since then that I’ve updated Leviathan’s counterpart.