This was probably one of my favorite Ars Magica (By Atlas Games) books that I’ve done. I got to draw different cultures than usual, which is always awesome. Working with Atlas Games is always a pleasure.
I made a parody movie poster for my husband’s Christmas present this past year. Thankfully he loved it! I love doing RPG inspired movie posters. His vampire character is a Mekhet detective that definitely would fit into a noir movie.
My good friend Amelia Faulkner commissioned me a while back to start doing character art for her website, so she could do character profiles. I love her books, so I thought this was a pretty awesome deal. If you like M/M paranormal romance, you should check out her stuff. Its awesome. Hopefully I’ll be doing more for her in the future!
I really love painting dogs. And more notably my mom loves me painting dogs. Or… painting her dogs. I did these for her Christmas present this past holiday season, of her dogs Hercules and Pepper.
My fifth Ars Magica book! This one was called The Provencal Tribunal, once again by Atlas Games.
My old college room mate asked if I could design her wedding invitations. How can I turn that down? They’re simple, but I just love how they turned out. So you get to see them too! There’s text that goes in the center, but obviously I left that off because–well, personal information and all. Both of their last names end with M, thus the double Ms.
Another very special commission I did. This one I did for my very best friend, who has a birthday on Valentines Day. (Thus lovingly renaming the day Birthintines Day.) This is of one of her favorite RP characters, a psychic named Quentin with pyrokinetic abilities. (Could you guess!?) And yes, if you’re a fan of male models, his appearance is totally based off of Sean O’Pry.
I don’t think it’s any secret by now that I love drawing creepy things. Bring on the horror! This is a commission I got to do for Phil Garrad. I wish I got to do more creepy and painty stuff.
I was over the moon to see that Silent Spirits Games managed to successfully complete their Kickstarter for Redemption! They have been some of the sweetest, most patient people I have ever worked with, and I hope the game ends up being very successful in the future as well. And other things the publish. Seriously, go look at their stuff.
Here’s a couple more concept sketches I did. Creating space ships is NOT my strongest skill, but they turned out alright, I think? Also some of the interior illustrations.
There are times that some commissions need their own posts. I’m very proud of this one, also because it was a Christmas present for my mother. It’s of her boxer, Rocky, who is seriously the sweetest dang dog in the whole world.
My fourth time working for Atlas Games was on another Ars Magica supplement: HOOKS. Once again I’m happy for any excuse to draw magical pretty things. AND DEER. I love deer.
Annnd here’s more random stuff I’ve done lately!