1. More sketching, these guys are always fun to draw.

  2. All I do is draw

  3. Sketch time at work.


  4. Anonymous asked: Hey! I was wondering if you had any advice for a high schooler wanting to do something in the art field when they grow up (me) I love drawing and creating + couldn't imagine doing anything else for a living but my parents act like I told them I was going to jump off a cliff.honestly I have no clue on college or anything for that matter. And I am just so stressed because high school is flying bye and I don't know what to do I was wondering if you could point me in the right way btw ur amazing bye

    Wow, first of all thank you very much! Second of all, I’m not 100% sure what to tell you as there is no real right direction to take and by no means am I an authority on any of this stuff (I’m definitely still learning as I go), nor am I the best at dispensing advice, but I would just say that if you want to go into an art field, by all means go for it! Wanting to work in the arts can definitely sound…intimidating as there is a misconception that being an artist has to mean being a starving artist, but that isn’t necessarily true.  You’ll definitely need to work hard and have a certain degree of skill, but there is always a demand for creative individuals in various industries. I work in entertainment, but there’s a huge array of fields you could go into depending on what you like doing.

    Plus as far as schools go, you don’t have to attend an art school to study art; I studied at Syracuse University in their Visual and Performing Arts department and learned a ton from both my professors and my peers everyday I was there. Really though when you boil it all down, what’s important is to find what sort of thing you want to do or what you feel inspired to create and just put all of yourself into that. Constant practice and actively trying to learn new things are both integral parts of being successful in the professional world. Actively pursue whatever it is you want to do with a passion, but also with a level of practicality.

    Hope all of my rambling helps and good luck :)


  5. Anonymous asked: What does a storyboard revisionist do exactly?

    It’s essentially like making the second draft. When a sequence is first boarded it usually undergoes edits and needs to be cleaned up a bit, visually speaking and that’s where I come in. Revisionists have to make the sequence as clear and readable as possible. 

  6. So I know its been pretty quiet on here lately, but I’m excited to finally be able to explain why (though some of you already know): with the release of this news article in Variety Magazine, I’m now allowed to officially announce that for the last month I have been working with Dreamworks Animation on their new upcoming “Veggie Tales in the House” series. I’m currently working as a storyboard revisionist and it has been an absolutely amazing experience thus far. I’m working with some super talented and creative folks and I’m so thrilled to be a part of this production.  

    I will certainly still be posting art on here, things have just been very busy up util now with transitioning from school and getting into the swing of things. Thanks for sticking around and more stuff to come soon!


  7. Anonymous asked: Are you working on a big project? I haven't seen much activity on here as of late.

    I will actually be making a post about that in the next couple of days (now that I have a little more leeway to talk about it), but you aren’t that far off :) 

  8. Either way

    Happy Valentine’s Day!

  9. Warm up sketch. 

  10. Just in time for the not-holiday season, I’ve opened up a Society6 shop! The site includes art prints, mugs, throw pillows, tote bags and cases for laptops, mobile devices and i-pads all decked out with my art. I’d love it if you took a look!