64 Photos - Jul 4, 2011
Photo: I made this one for Dan Dyer!Photo: Flower study in Adobe PhotoshopPhoto: Photo: Commissioned for a greeting card by OU Printing ServicesPhoto: Commissioned by Bill Ford for a children's bookPhoto: Commissioned for a calendar by OU Printing ServicesPhoto: Commissioned for a calendar by OU Printing ServicesPhoto: Don't Mess Around with JimPhoto: octopus study in Adobe IllustratorPhoto: inked sketch of an American Robin's nestPhoto: Commissioned by OU Outreach for a t-shirtPhoto: Martha Reed and friendsPhoto: Commissioned by Mohammad T. Alhawary, Ph.D., for a text bookPhoto: ScubaPhoto: HermesPhoto: kid stewPhoto: rainy knightPhoto: Asian GrocerPhoto: Pro bono for Windmill Student Literary JournalPhoto: American Robin studyPhoto: Rudy Duck studyPhoto: Great Blue Heron studyPhoto: Excerpt from drawings done for "It's Perfectly True" by Hans Christian AndersenPhoto: Excerpt from drawings done for "It's Perfectly True" by Hans Christian AndersenPhoto: Excerpt from drawings done for "It's Perfectly True" by Hans Christian AndersenPhoto: Excerpt from drawings done for "It's Perfectly True" by Hans Christian AndersenPhoto: Excerpt from drawings done for "It's Perfectly True" by Hans Christian AndersenPhoto: USAO Post Office GraphicPhoto: USAO Writing Center GraphicPhoto: Photo: The Liberal ArtsPhoto: Classroom SpicePhoto: for the USAO Drama Production of LysistrataPhoto: for the USAO Drama Production of LysistrataPhoto: for the USAO Drama Production of The MatchmakerPhoto: Bad HatPhoto: Self portrait for life drawing class. Charcoal and guachePhoto: Photo: Photo: To struggle is to become further ensnared, surrender.Photo: Photo: The great whale hunt of the spirit life is also pursued in dreams.Photo: This illustration is for Crosstimbers magazine, to accompany a review of the book, The Hakawati by Rabih Alameddine. The oud plays an important part in the story about a story about so many other stories. The lattice work on the sound holes portrays Fatima, the seven imps in the form of parrots and her sons Shams and Layl.Photo: A humanist adaptation of Julius CeasarPhoto: Photo: I created the lettering for the Toy Cart logoPhoto: My webcomic character, Hypatia, as a lady with erminePhoto: Miss Kittiara, a kitty I miss sometimesPhoto: The first stages of a long term project...Photo: Tattoo concept for my best friendPhoto: variation of said tattoo concept.Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: