The Forest Spirit is more than just a spirit – she is a deity. She has been around since before written history. Her name has been lost to the ages, but she is forever present within the trees. When she moves, she moves slowly, thoughtfully, but deliberately. And when she is found, she will guide travelers by testing them – fail the test, and you are taken out of the forest, forever unable to find it again. Continue reading →
Tag Archives: illustration
The original plan to update the blog daily with sketches for Black History Month isn’t happening, unfortunately… but at the very least I’m going to post the sketches I HAVE done thus far, and will keep doing so throughout the month.
First, let’s start with Jackie Ormes, first African American lady cartoonist and stellar lady.
She was also one of the few people to address (at the time) modern black issues in cartoons at a time in history when people wouldn’t even touch the subject. Check out her comics and cartoons on her site to see what I mean. Continue reading →
What did I do after I finally got the Thoughtful Dinosaur book files over to the printer and before I could work on other freelance work?
I painted a personification of God with markers.
Because why the heck not. Continue reading →
The Magnolia Review is an arts and literature magazine that publishes short stories, poems, art, photography, comics, and reviews. This time, their latest issue includes two illustration pieces I’ve done – “Two Ladies” and “The Star Sage.”
You can download it, for free, at this link.
Right now issues are only available online, but the editors are working to get the magazine to print.
I hope you enjoy the magazine and the art I made for it!
I drew this over the weekend – it struck me as odd that there weren’t any greeting cards for gay men, especially gay black men. So I wanted to draw something.
This sketch is the start of something. I don’t think I’ll use this illustration specifically for a greeting card, but I’ll make a new illustration based on this one.