The (sketch)Book of Riot

The process and progress behind the illustration of the egnimatic Natalie Cutrufello, who is very modest and also beautiful.

Look what I made!!

I firmly believe no one likes any of my other pictures besides my skate one. When I met with Funkwerks about this poster the specifically cited that one as amazing and that they wanted something like that. I’m reminded of Zina Saunders saying you never know what someone’s going to like out of what you do so make sure it’s all out there for people to see.

batwayneandninjaangels:

these are my new favourite crying gifs thanks to turtlesnjunk

I enjoy these TMNT gifs the most because another turtle just straight presses a whole tissue box to his eyes as if that’s the most natural way to comfort a friend

(via mooncalfe)

mooncalfe:

Turtles in Time sketches.

Scientifically accurate dinosauuuuuuurs

My newest poster for SDG. I did a lot of experimenting with this onr

My newest poster for SDG. I did a lot of experimenting with this onr

Trying to decide which color scheme to add to my store and use on my new business card. Let me know what you think….

kevinwada:

deanstuart:

A series of life lessons in doodling. 

I have wise, talented friends.

Latest poster for SDG. This year’s snow brawl is “A Christmas Story” themed. I got the idea for the skate from the monster high roller girl line. Those dolls are awesome and I want to collect them all. I need to sit down and sort through all my knew work and update the ol’ portfolio. The last three posters I did all involved legs, so I really have to do something else for the next one, that’s for sure!

Latest poster for SDG. This year’s snow brawl is “A Christmas Story” themed. I got the idea for the skate from the monster high roller girl line. Those dolls are awesome and I want to collect them all. I need to sit down and sort through all my knew work and update the ol’ portfolio. The last three posters I did all involved legs, so I really have to do something else for the next one, that’s for sure!

2013 vs 2005 or Let’s Get Embarrassed about Old Art

I just completed the first poster for a roller derby bout at the end of this month, While working on it, I was reminded of an assignment I did for my very first illustration class during my freshman year of college. Particularly some notes I received from Jay Bevenour on how pumpkins are actually constructed. I can’t believe how much my art has changed because I feel like it’s been the same forever. When I did the earlier piece I was using a Photoshop 6, a mouse, leaving line work in multiply and exclusively using burn/dodge and blur to apply color (apparently). I vividly remember thinking that piece was awesome. I look at it now and think “why did I ever think I was good at this?”