Wednesday, February 25, 2009


I don't know how I got used to paint with watercolor, oils, and acrylics, but now I'm just amazed by these magical color tubes. Oh, I want to paint all day~~!
Here are some recent practice work.

Friday, February 20, 2009

Tattoo Designs For Women : Tattoo Girl Design

Tattoo Girl Design
Tattoo Designs For Women : Tattoo Girl Design

sexy star tattoos on back for girl : Tattoo Girl Design

Tattoo Girl Design
sexy star tattoos on back for girl : Tattoo Girl Design
Stars are often encountered as symbols, and many cases the meaning of a particular star symbol may depend upon the number points it has, and sometimes the orientation of these points as well. As a light shining in the darkness, the star is often considered a symbol of truth, of the spirit and of hope. The symbol of the star embodies the concept of the divine spark within each of us. Their nocturnal nature leads stars to represent the struggle against the forces of darkness and the unknown.

Monday, February 16, 2009

Selections of Sketchbook

I have started a new sketchbook. Here are some pages slected from the old one. My favorite one is the first one, because the angle which I drew was quite difficult, but I nailed it!

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Jack vs. "The Claw"

Jack bravely takes on the "The Claw". You may know it as "The Tickle Monster" in your neck of the woods.

School pieces

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Last semester I really worked like hell, so I got a lot to scan and edit, but I'm too lazy. I just leave my work in the drawer.
Now I got 2 here, and they were badly photographed, not scanned.
I will sit down and do the scanning next week.
The first one was an assignment focusing on a favorite artist's style and trying to use the style in my own illustration. My chosen artist was James Jean.
The other one was just a quick acrylic portrait practice.

Monday, February 9, 2009

Firefly / Serenity Crew Drawing

Here's a look at an drawing I'm doing for Beth from the Austin Browncoats. This is just the inked stage, it'll be colored when it's finished.

Friday, February 6, 2009

D Beauty Magazine

I forgot to post this back when it hit the newsstands. The Fall 2008 issue of D Beauty has a little feature on eyecandy custom eyebrow stencils, which I've done a lot of illustrations for. Including the eyes in the logo, which are featured in the issue on the little bag Nikki is holding.

Thursday, February 5, 2009

More Spookytown Pages

Well, so far I’ve been able to keep my New Year’s resolution to work on Spookytown everyday. I have to draw something on the page, no matter how small, every single day. Some days I get a panel done, some days a page and a half done. It just depends. The hard part is just finding the time to do it. I even take my supplies up to work a couple of days a week and sit in the cafeteria and draw.

So far my efforts have gotten me to page 13. Not too bad considering that before I started this resolution I only had 3 pages done. So basically I knocked out 10 pages in 5 weeks. The book is 70 pages long, so I’ve got a ways to go. But I’m getting there.

In other Spookytown news, I got a coupon for free postcards from OvernightPrints, so I made up some nifty promo cards for the book. No dates on it, no “Coming Soon” or “Available Now” type copy. Just a generic promotion. I think they came out pretty nice.

New Comic Book

I have a new book to tell you about. The guys at Stumblebum Studios invited me to do a story in their anthology “It Came From Stumblebum”. Well, after a loooong delay (I finished my contribution back in September of 2007), the book has finally seen print. The story I drew is titled “After, Life”, and written by A.C. Hall. I would tell you where to buy a copy, but I’m not sure where it’s available yet. Go to Stumblebum Studios and ask them for a copy. Here is a sneak peek at one of the pages form our story...