Most of my experience with art is in illustration, both traditional media and digital. The work I'm most proud of are the Johnny Coyote and Molly Raven illustrations I did for the first two issues of Pretty Deadly.


Traditional or Digital

Traditional media that I am willing to work in for commissions are pencil, charcoal, inks, and watercolour. Obviously, due to the nature of traditional media, these commissions will start at a higher base fee ($30USD) and then go higher depending on the size and detail of the piece being commissioned. Digital commissions start at $15USD and go up from there based on the same factors as traditional media commissions. Digitally, I work on a Wacom Cintiq Companion II and in Clip Studio Paint Pro.




I am still very new to this medium and am not taking commissions for it at this time, with extremely rare exceptions. This is because everything is still very experimental at this point. I do have a select number of ceramic pieces, sculptural and usable, for sale.



Due to the nerve damage in my hands and arms, I very rarely can make a vessel that isn't uneven or wonky. So, instead of wasting a bunch of clay (the kid that grew up poor in me can't waste material like that), I decided to make any vessel I threw on the potter's wheel that came out wonky into something sculptural. Some of these pieces are available for purchase. I am also getting into actual sculpture, thanks to a figure sculpting class. Right now, only small knick-knacks of animals are available for purchase, but I'm hoping to work my way up to bigger things.



I'm really good at making usable bowls right now. Yarn bowls and noodle bowls are my thing at the moment, but I'm working on vases, pots, and mugs as well. There are a few of these available for purchase.