A requested acrylic and oil painting that also ended up being a tattoo. Won 1st place and Best in Show in the Lee County Fair.
A piece using green and red acrylic paint. The image is made of circles. Won 1st place and Best in Show in Lee County Fair.
Head of a Star Wars Stormtrooper painted with watercolor, inks, and acrylics. Won 2nd place in Lee County Fair.
Designed for a game concept called "War of the Elder Gods: Battle of the Leviathan" Won 1st place in Lee County Fair.
Observational drawing of stacked objects using pencils. Won 1st place in Lee County Fair.
A massive sized acrylic painting.The three characters are the self, the id (Preference), and the superego (Principle). The text reads, "Oh how the foolish fall so easily under the illusion of hope. But what good is hope going to do you? It will only keep you suffering. To think love will come and make you happy, but it's all an illusion." "Nay tis but ignorance that drowns the ears of the doubtful. Never lean into desire, for words fall short. You must always choose Principle over Preference.
A piece that originated from a collage of magazine clippings that was then painted with acrylic and tempera.
A pencil drawing self portrait.
A printmaking piece. A linocut self portrait. Won 3rd place in Lee County Fair.
A parody of Rosie the Riveter featuring Rigby from Regular Show. Inspired by episode, "Ello Gov'nor"
Inspired by nursery rhyme Elizabeth, Elspeth, Betsy, and Bess which reads, "Elizabeth, Elspeth, Betsy, and Bess, They all went together to seek a bird's nest; They found a bird's nest with five eggs in, They all took one, and left four in."
An observational drawing that was then made into a separate piece using stippling.
A large piece that was painted, crafted, and wrapped in clear wrap to resemble Smarties Candy.