Feelings | Corel Painter

Duck | Adobe Photoshop

Landscape | Adobe Photoshop

Seal | Adobe Illustrator

Salmon | Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop

Cardinal | Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop

1980s Inspired Landscape | Adobe Illustrator

Original Character | Corel Painter

Snowman | Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop

Flow | Watercolor

Sunset | Watercolor

Whale | Art Marker – Alcohol Ink

Drain | Felt Tip Pen

Muddy Rain Boot | Art Marker – Alcohol Ink

Pineapple | Felt Tip Pen

Ruffed Grouse | Felt Tip Pen

1980s Inspired Girl | Felt Tip Pen

Dog | Felt Tip Pen

Hamburger | Art Maker – Alcohol Ink

Frog on Water Lily | Art Marker – Alcohol Ink

Giant Sequoia | Art Marker – Alcohol Ink

Gladiolus | Pencil

Mushrooms | Pencil

Strawberries | Colored Pencil

Rose | Art Marker – Alcohol Ink

Toad | Corel Painter and CorelDRAW | *contains a copyrighted character which belongs to its respected owners.

Retro Gaming | CorelDRAW

Alvin and the Chipmunks | Corel Painter | *contains copyrighted characters which belong to its respected owners.

Personal Projects: Digital and Traditional Artwork

In this section you will find my own personal digital and fine art projects. Most of the digital artwork was created using Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, and Corel Painter. Each piece consists of many layers for outlines, colors, shading, and highlights. Typically I start creating each piece by hand using traditional art media and then they are scanned into my computer and loaded into graphic design software. I use the software to add the outlines, colors, and effects. When creating artwork on my computer I also commonly use a Wacom tablet to get the most out of the available pencil, brush, pen, and shape tools.

Most of the fine art in this section was done using professional artist markers, pencils, and watercolor paint. I am always interested in trying new fine art techniques and media to demonstrate my interests. I enjoy depicting nature, people, and animals in my personal fine art pieces. I am always trying new fine art media and subject matter to challenge myself and refine my own style.

The last section in this gallery are pictures of popular characters from works of fiction. I create pieces of preexisting characters as they give me an opportunity to try different styles and explore my interests.