Dragon Playdate
Most dragons don't find themselves in the company of children very often.
Eowyn and the Nazgul
My interpretation of the famous scene in the final installment of J. R. R. Tolkien's "The Lord of the Rings."
Master, Apprentice Cover
The cover for the novel by Alexis Desiree Thorne, published on GoodNovel.com
Geraint Rises From the Dead
An illustration for a calendar based on excerpts from Henry Gilbert's "Tales of King Arthur." This one features Sir Geraint rising from supposed death to rescue the lady Enid from the clutches of a sinister man.
The Lady of the Lake
An illustration for a calendar based on excerpts from Henry Gilbert's "Tales of King Arthur." This one features the Lady of the Lake, who a newly crowned King Arthur receives the legendary sword Excalibur from.
The Death of King Arthur
An illustration for a calendar based on excerpts from Henry Gilbert's "Tales of King Arthur." This one features the mysterious women with whom King Arthur's body is sent with after his death in battle.
Apollo
Apollo, god of the sun and arts, twin brother to Artemis
From 2019 Olympus calendar
Artemis
Artemis, goddess of the moon and hunt, twin sister to Apollo
From 2019 Olympus calendar
Olympus Calendar Cover
Zeus on the cover of 2019 calendar of ancient Greek gods and goddesses
Color Me
A personal piece I've been meaning to do for a long time, inspired in part by Lois Lowry's novel "The Giver" as well as personal identity crisis.
Lethal Dame
"This dame was lethal." An ink illustration based in the short story by Neil Gaiman, "The Case of the Four and Twenty Blackbirds."
Priestess of Water
Limited color square illustration of a legendary Vietnamese priestess bestowed with magical powers over water.
Q
Drop cap letter Q, ink and digital
God Save the Queen
The Queen of England must always have a guardian, and this one is centuries old.
Ouroboros
My take on the ouroboros symbol of old
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Lethal Dame

"This dame was lethal." An ink illustration based in the short story by Neil Gaiman, "The Case of the Four and Twenty Blackbirds."