This is a medical illustration on the hidden risks of e-cigarettes.
This is an editorial illustration about couch potatoes. I enjoyed using Modo's new replicator tools for the soda cans and cheetoes.
This was an illustration I did for one of the products I used to work on. The concept was for broken political campaigns promises. In 1928 Herbert Hoover promised, "A chicken in every pot and a car in every garage." It wasn't too much longer in 1929 the Great Depression started.
Here is an illustration I did for a magazine at work. The article spoke how parents could use teddy bears to help toddlers who have a tendency to whine a lot. The first sketch I did for this illustration was rejected by the art director. He said the bear looked too angry. So, I had him sit on the floor in my office and act out exactly what he wanted. I quickly sketched it on a napkin and he approved it.
This was one of two spot illustrations for a spread discussing how life started on Earth. This was for the theory life started with aliens visiting our planet.
This was one of two spot illustrations for a spread discussing how life started on Earth. This was for the theory of evolution.
Illustration of a commonly used phrase. The pigs were modeled and rendered in ZBrush.
Here is a spot illustration for the greatest fights ever. This was modeled and rendered in Modo.
This is a character from a short animated video.
This is an illustration I did a few years ago on phobias. Out of a list of 10 I chose spiders. I did a more realistic spider but the art director said he wanted me to exaggerate the look of the spider into something more terrifying.
This was a spot illustration I did for spiritual transformation. The butterfly was modeled in ZBrush and rendered in Modo.
This was an illustration of the phrase, "You can draw more flies with honey than with vinegar"