It's been a super long time since I updated this blog, mostly because I've been busy drawing for work (all of which is still under wraps, though hopefully in the next few months we will release a trailer and some art!) and in the meantime, I haven't allowed myself much time for personal art. In doing so I've managed to burn myself out a little, and so in an attempt to get back into the swing of things I've decided to go back to my roots with some animal drawings. I used to make big, busy illustrations filled with animals when I was young, and I thought that would be a good thing to try again now!
We plan on releasing a sketchbook of these drawings through Molly Rocket once I've got enough for a book, so I'll make sure to post an update here if and when that becomes available!
I had a children's book come out last month! It's called Am I Like You? and it was done with the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. It was on a tight deadline and so was a bit of a rush job, but even so I'm proud of how the illustrations turned out. You can buy now on Amazon! Below are a few samples of the art...
My poor forgotten blog! I realized that I haven't mentioned on here the game we've been working on at Molly Rocket: 1935. The blog post on our website has more info, but here's the poster art that our background artist John Loren and I created to announce the game.
We're still deep in development, but I'll try to keep this blog updated as things move forward! In the meantime, here are some of the things I've drawn for fun since my last update... It's entirely fan art of my favorite podcast, The Adventure Zone.
Recently, I've been listening to a delightful podcast called The Adventure Zone, which is basically three brothers and their father playing D&D. Extreme hilarity ensues. I felt like drawing the three main characters - Merle, Magnus, and Taako.
I don't have much art to share lately, since the two major projects that I've been working on are unannounced. I just wrapped up a children's book with the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, which should free up my schedule for more fun drawing! Yay! And while the announcement of our interactive fiction game project at Molly Rocket is imminent, it'll be a while before we're able to show much art. BUT, I have done a whole bunch of new drawings for the Mo Ro blog, which I figured I'd share here.