I wanted to make a whimsical drawing with these creatures because I’ve always thought that how they move was, well – whimsical.
The imperfections you get when you draw on real media is what makes drawings interesting to look at.
A mixed media drawing I made inspired by the rabbits I meet during my late night runs in the park.
A messy macaw drawing made on the throw away paper used to capture spilled paint.
I’m experimenting with trying to get a natural and messy aesthetic with digital drawing.
This sketch was created on my journey in Costa Rica in hopes of seeing wild toucans.
A larger than life sketch of a whale and how I remember it.
Getting my BFA in Character Animation from the Disney founded college, CalArts was intense. I spent more hours drawing during those four years than any other time in my life.
There are many more of these side profiles of macaws throughout my sketchbooks.
While I love traveling to places synonymous with jungles, beaches, and islands – I’m often intrigued my the arctic.
A quick speed drawing of a Raven in Bic pen and Sharpie.
Jungles are so interesting to me. Mysterious, colorful, beautiful, dangerous.