Learning to Screen Print


For my birthday back in June, my husband got me a screen printing class with ASPCO, a screen printing co-op here in Austin, TX. Awesome. We’ve been talking about learning to screen print for years and I’m so glad to be more familiar with the process now. The classes were once a week during the month of August and I got to learn all sorts of lovely things about screen printing — different methods, all the tools associated with the process and I got to produce some products of my... Read The Rest →

Seymour Snail gets a new look!


One of my earlier characters (Day 6 to be precise), Seymour Snail caught the attention of a friend who has a young son. She asked if she could purchase a print of him to go along with her copy of Octavion the Octopus, the little fellow that launched this whole Character-A-Day into existence. After spending a month since then working on other projects and traveling, here he finally is! original sketch                                      ... Read The Rest →

Dr. Robotnic


An oldie but a goodie, this is my breakdancing Dr. Robotnic from a Sega Genesis themed week of character fun from school. For those blasphemers that don’t already know, he’s the baddie from Sonic the Hedgehog. Here’s a look at the process from quick sketch to painted in photoshop: sketch- ink- black-white-grey - full color -    

2013 National Addy Awards


This has been an exciting year for my partner and I on the “Nuts Make You A Man” print campaign for Emerald Nuts. Danielle and I were so happy and honored when our project won a Student Gold and Student Best in Show award at the Atlanta Addys. We were even more so when we were notified last month that our project had made it past the district judging and was up for an award at the national level. Last weekend, I made the trip to the National Addy awards... Read The Rest →

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