Monthly Archives: May 2012

More paint studies

Some more gouache paint studies. I have been calling these little landscape studies, “sketchscapes.” More to come, for sure!

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Lizards of Oz, process

Below is the process for an illustration I completed while living abroad in Costa Rica. The¬†client was based in Australia and was in the start up phase of his small business “Lizards of Oz,” which would specialize in buying, selling … Continue reading

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Sharptooth illustration

I did this pencil drawing of a sabertooth skull many years ago and always liked it. It was fairly large at 19x26in. Years later I decided to scan (or in this case photograph) it into the computer and play with … Continue reading

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Toucan paint study, process

Below you can see the painting process of another gouache study. This painting was also pretty small (postcard sized). You can see in the early stages with the foliage, I was really exploring with the gouache to see how transparent … Continue reading

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sketches, faces and things

Hello! Comin’ to you from beautiful Costa Rica for my second blog post, and only a little over a week later. Not bad, I say:) Below are some sketches from my Moleskine sketchbook. I have owned many types of sketchbooks, … Continue reading

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