Category Archives: The arting process

Tapestry of Life

Maybe one day I will stop doing 50-50 series, but as long as they keep letting me in I’m going to keep pumping out 6×6’s until ink pours out my eyes. This year’s was especially tough. Basically, I would come … Continue reading

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“Wow, that photo looks like a painting!…oh wait.”

When you can’t afford to launch a satellite to a planet six lightyears away, you learn to make your own satellite photos. Thankfully, I’ve had some practice. Last year I did a 50-50 series of geological landforms in relief on … Continue reading

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Black’s Anatomy

Earlier this year I sold one of my best drawings, Life on Other Worlds, and though I got a good chunk of change for it, I found myself missing it dearly. That’s a rare occurence – usually I’m glad to … Continue reading

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The [Speculative] Evolution of Ilion

In 2012 I was in the thick of college, stealing moments in every lecture whenever there was a gap in Important Information That Will Be On The Test to put down some ink. Lectures were never boring, even when the … Continue reading

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A Steady State

It feels good to be back in the “always something in the pipeline” state. My top secret “Drafts” page is in a constant state of flux which is always a good sign. Among these is a draft for a story … Continue reading

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