As part of my extinct animal zoo series, I am sculpting animals that no longer exist, or ever existed. This is a sketch for the Reinseahorse. A rather dangerous little fella.
I like making wigs so much, I now make them for fun. This wig, with a birdcage and birds embedded in it will stand over 4 feet tall.
SEA MONSTER WIG
Another wig in process is the Sea Monster wig. A full sail ship floats in curls that mimic waves while a sea creature attacks the ship from below.
This is a sketch of the table design for Global Shop 2013. The original concept changed several times (as is often the case) and finally became more streamlined.
GLOBAL SHOP FLOORPLAN
As a quick mock up, I sketch out the floor plan for the Global Shop booth for 2013. This sketch is just for placement. Another more detailed floor plan will be made to scale.
PAPPER CITY SKETCH
A concept that was later abandon, was a compilation of world famous buildings, all made in layers and out of paper.
Another concept that was subsequently abandon is a life-size tree, covered in squirrels working gears.
Lots of the ideas I have, I see fully realized and pretty much know exactly what they will look like when complete. The reason I sketch is to share these ideas with others and get feedback.
ZIG ZAG PANELS
This concept was made into a photo shoot for the Judith von Hopf website.
RAINBOW FAN WINDOW
A quick sketch of colored paper fans for a photo shoot. This concept was later abandon.
JC PENNY BUNNY MASKS
Why JC Penny wanted bunny masks for Easter, I don't know, but they did. Everything we made ended up looking creepy. It as all to Shining looking. This concept, thankfully was dropped.
This pen and pastel drawing is from back in the day when I wanted to be a fashion illustrator. Aw, memories...
This pen and pastel sketch was for an underwear ad.
This 20 inch by 30 inch pencil drawing was just a concept piece I was fooling around with. Notice the ace of spades in the smoke?
CHRISTMAS CARD 2012
Instead of making a pop-open ornament like I usually do, for 2012 I ran out of time and needed to get out something fast. I did a quick watercolor painting and then had it color copied onto watercolor paper. Add it to a handout card, and presto! Done.