Houseplant
Houseplant

Watercolor and micron pen. 

How did the tentacle get into this plant? Is it growing from the plant, or is there an entire octopus inside the pot? Also, is the person watering the plant aware of this tentacle? 

Self Portrait
Self Portrait

Watercolor, marker, graphie pencil, and acrylic paint.

An experimental self portrait testing out different techniques. I started by doing a watercolor wash over the entire paper with different shades of blue. On top of this, I painted the blue shapes and orange lines. On a separate piece of paper, I drew a self portrait from life by looking into two mirrors arranged so that I saw a three-quarter view of my face. I cut out this drawing and exchanged the inside of my shirt and hair with the painted piece of paper.

Self Portrait
Self Portrait

Pen & ink with ink wash.

This drawing is about perspective and trying to make my shoe appear closer to the viewer.

The Stars in the City
The Stars in the City

Watercolor and micron pen.

The girl in this illustration lives in the city. However, the stars cannot be seen in the city due to light pollution. This means the girl must make her own stars.

The Stars in the City
The Stars in the City

Watercolor and micron pen.

The second piece of this series shows the same girl laying on her bed stargazing at the sky she has created. 

The Stars in the City
The Stars in the City

Watercolor and micron pen.

The final piece of this series shows how bright the girl's artificial night sky is from outside of her bedroom as well as the way her creation positively affects the people around her. 

Checkered Couch
Checkered Couch

Micron pen.

This drawing depicts a juxtaposition between the calmness of the couch and an open room against the chaotic pattern of red checkers. 

Junk Drawer
Junk Drawer

Watercolor and micron pen.

A documentation of each item inside the junk drawer located in my night stand. Some of these items are so important I keep them next to my bed so I can easily reach for them when needed. While others no longer serve a purpose to me and have been forgotten in the drawer. No matter their status, though, each of item has been deemed important enough to remain in the drawer next to my bed. 

Lobsters
Lobsters

Watercolor and micron pen. 

This piece was inspired by one of the tee shirts my dad owns that features a lobster. 

Goldfish
Goldfish

Adobe Illustrator, pen tool.

Houseplant
Self Portrait
Self Portrait
The Stars in the City
The Stars in the City
The Stars in the City
Checkered Couch
Junk Drawer
Lobsters
Goldfish
Houseplant

Watercolor and micron pen. 

How did the tentacle get into this plant? Is it growing from the plant, or is there an entire octopus inside the pot? Also, is the person watering the plant aware of this tentacle? 

Self Portrait

Watercolor, marker, graphie pencil, and acrylic paint.

An experimental self portrait testing out different techniques. I started by doing a watercolor wash over the entire paper with different shades of blue. On top of this, I painted the blue shapes and orange lines. On a separate piece of paper, I drew a self portrait from life by looking into two mirrors arranged so that I saw a three-quarter view of my face. I cut out this drawing and exchanged the inside of my shirt and hair with the painted piece of paper.

Self Portrait

Pen & ink with ink wash.

This drawing is about perspective and trying to make my shoe appear closer to the viewer.

The Stars in the City

Watercolor and micron pen.

The girl in this illustration lives in the city. However, the stars cannot be seen in the city due to light pollution. This means the girl must make her own stars.

The Stars in the City

Watercolor and micron pen.

The second piece of this series shows the same girl laying on her bed stargazing at the sky she has created. 

The Stars in the City

Watercolor and micron pen.

The final piece of this series shows how bright the girl's artificial night sky is from outside of her bedroom as well as the way her creation positively affects the people around her. 

Checkered Couch

Micron pen.

This drawing depicts a juxtaposition between the calmness of the couch and an open room against the chaotic pattern of red checkers. 

Junk Drawer

Watercolor and micron pen.

A documentation of each item inside the junk drawer located in my night stand. Some of these items are so important I keep them next to my bed so I can easily reach for them when needed. While others no longer serve a purpose to me and have been forgotten in the drawer. No matter their status, though, each of item has been deemed important enough to remain in the drawer next to my bed. 

Lobsters

Watercolor and micron pen. 

This piece was inspired by one of the tee shirts my dad owns that features a lobster. 

Goldfish

Adobe Illustrator, pen tool.

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