Dec 19, 2014

Christmas Card 2014

Clockwise from top: Krampus (Austria & Switzerland), Knecht Ruprecht (Germany), Me (SLC), Befana (Italy),
Saint Lucia (Sweden), Zwarte Piet (Netherlands & Belgium). Julenisse (Scandinavia), Snegurochka (Russia)

Oct 30, 2014

Jonathan Harker Explores the Castle

My entry for the Gallery of Terror 2014

Jan 21, 2014

The Philadelphia Story.

Illustration for the play.

Jul 6, 2013

Princesses for a wedding present

Little Mermaid

Feb 4, 2013

Jan 3, 2013

Card game artwork

Card Back Design

Gold Suit Cards

Gold Suit Cards

Gold & Blue Suit Cards

Blue Suit Cards

Blue Suit Cards

Black Suit Cards

Black Suit Cards

Black & Red Suit Cards

Red Suit Cards

Red Suit Cards

Round Cards

Round & Suit Ranking Cards

The characters used for the game were originally drawn up for another game a while ago and were posted then as Non Playing Characters (scroll down this page to find them). I transferred the original drawings to heavy watercolor paper and embellished them, sometimes adding more of the body, then I hand painted them with acrylics and detailed with colored pencil. Using Photoshop, I added the backgrounds and the text and numerals. I also created the card back in PhotoShop.

Christmas 2012- Jingle Bell Rock

Inspired by every Christmas dance recital you have ever attended.

Oct 31, 2011

The Masque of Red Death

An illustration I did for the Gallery of Terror 2011.
Included the Seven Deadly as guests at the masque.

Sep 25, 2011

Storm Warning

An image I did for  friend who plays on a roller derby team. I also painted the image on her helmut.

Dec 12, 2010


Christmas Card 2010. Trying hard, but not feeling it yet.

Nov 18, 2010

Greek Gods II



Nov 7, 2010

The Miller's Daughter

 This is the last in series I did of the Fairy Tale heroines. I started her the same time I started Briar Rose and Cinderella. I believe that was back in Fall of 07. She has sat on a board for three years, mostly finished. A friend's interest in the series renewed my  desire to complete the detail work, as this Heroine from Rumplestilskin was one of her favorites.
The Miller's Daughter, first placed in the impossible situation of spinning straw into gold, strikes a bargain with a small strange man who demands her first born as payment for his help, with the condition that she is free of the contract if she can guess his name.
The poor girl, now the Queen, is shown holding her child and glancing at the place where the funny little man once stood. Apparently she guessed correctly.

Feb 25, 2010

Anne Bonney

Did this paper doll for a silent auction fund raiser for BBBS.

Nov 1, 2009

Non playing characters

These are some quick characters that were created for a game my brother is designing. They are based on characters that were created a while ago, but they were always drawn more  realistically. This was an experiment to make them a little more stylized and somewhat more cartoony.

Apr 22, 2009


These dolls were create for a private project and should not be copied.

Mar 13, 2009