Commissions

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Shiloh Community Garden
 

2021

A commissioned illustration from the Asheville Parks and Rec Department. The department had received a grant for 2021 and they wanted to make a community garden coloring book. They commissioned 13 local artists to create ink illustrations, one artist per garden. I was commissioned to illustrate the Shiloh garden that was close to my studio. I wrote a blog post here on this website with a detailed process description with photos and a step by step timeline of how this illustration went from reference photos to completion, check it out!

A Chronicle Book Series
 

2011-present

 

I was commissioned by scifi novelist EAE Gerber to create illustrations for his ongoing "A Chronicle" book series. In the first volume I used only colored pencils to create an atmosphere similar to classic scifi illustrators of the 70s and 80s. In "A Chronicle, Volume II" I decided to try using ink and digital coloration inspired by the scifi illustrator and comic artist Jean Giraud, aka Moebius.

The Culture Series
 

2020

Commissions for a private client, based on scenes from the book series, "The Culture" by Ian Banks. Both were created completely digitally on an Ipad in procreate.

Miscellaneous Commission Series
 

2010 -2012

A series of illustration posters commissioned by private client of the course of several years. The series depicts fantastic places and creatures in fantasy, scifi and steampunk. 

2020

SQUIDLORD Band
 

2014

 
 
 

Commissioned to create an album cover for the Melbourne, Australia based rock group, The Dadsons for their 2020 album "Teenage Rage".

Commissioned to create an album cover for the Melbourne, Australia based rock group, The Dadsons for their 2020 album "Teenage Rage".

 

The Dadsons Band
 

2020

Militant Eagle

2018

 
Militant Eagle Illustration.
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A one-off commission for private client. The creative brief asked for an eagle decked out in military gear and formatted for use on a t-shirt. I drew this in large format in Photoshop so that when it would be shrunk to fit on the shirt it would become sharper visually.