I have been seriously neglecting this blog! Life has been crazy. I'm moving to Seattle (from NY) to work for game developer Molly Rocket. I've been freelancing full-time for Molly since September and it's been so much fun. I love collaborating, and it's something I've been sorely missing over the past few years as a freelance illustrator. I think we're making something really cool and I'm super excited to see where it all goes :) The project I've been working on should be announced at some point in the next few months, and I'll make sure to post an update when it does.
In the meantime, here's a quick sketch of Furiosa from Mad Max Fury Road. Good news! Film is not dead!
Happy Star Wars Day! Star Wars was a huge part of my childhood and I have no doubt it's part of the reason I love drawing, sci fi, storytelling, and classical music so much today. So thanks, Star Wars!
My brother and I had (and I'm sure it's still somewhere) a huge bin full of Star Wars toys and action figures. My personal favorite was this huge AT-AT. My brother has always been partial to X-Wings :)
This past weekend was MoCCA Fest! It was my first time exhibiting and it was really fun (and super exhausting). To everyone who bought a print or a sketch, thank you! I sold out of my Kavalier & Clay prints, which I totally wasn't expecting. I wasn't quite sure what to bring and now I've got a much better sense of what people are looking for... next time :)
The highlight of the fest for me was getting an amazing Song of the Sea watercolor painting from Irish illustrator/director Tomm Moore. He was super sweet and it was wonderful to meet him!