The Gingerbread Man Meets His Fate
The Three Billy Goats Gruff
This weeks Colour Collective was Blue Bell. Decided to explore one of my favorite childhood stories of “The Three Billy Goats Gruff.” I still remember in kindergarten we had our big school play. One of the stories was the 3BGG. I really wanted to be one of the goats. I did so well in the auditions, I got the lead roll in another play as the Gingerbread Boy. Still to this day, I remember how much I wanted to be a goat lol
The Pumpkin Patch Kid
This weeks Colour Collective was Sweet Potato. I’ve had a story that I’ve been trying to figure out concerning a little pumpkin patch kid. He has no friends because hes different from all the other kids in school, so he decides to build himself one. But it will not be an easy task.
Herd of Flamingo Vultures
This weeks Colour Collective was Plaster Pink. Another strange dream I had was one about flamingo/vulture hybrid that attacks as a flock and when they run they create a cloud the makes them look like they’re one single creature. So this illustration was based off these strange and funny looking creatures. lol
Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” Book Cover Design
For this years Holiday Campaign with my agency The Bright Group, they asked a few of us to come up with an illustration or book cover design for the classic Christmas ghost story
Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol.” Ive always love ghost stories, so I was excited to do my piece for the campaign.
Pokemon Sun and Moon Starter Gajinka Character Designs
Here are the three starter characters from Pokemon: Sun and Moon: Litten, Rowlet and Poppilo. Since they are not evolved, I always imagine them starting off as kids.
Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox
“There Was an Old Man with a Beard”
This weeks Colour Collective color was Nougat. I based my illustration off of the Limerick by Edward Lear, “There Was an Old Man with a Beard”.
There was an Old Man with a beard,
Who said, “It is just as I feared!—
Two Owls and a Hen, four Larks and a Wren,
Have all built their nests in my beard!”