This is my favorite piece to date. Completed and dated on December 21, 2016 The Claus weighs in at 24″ tall by 18″ wide. I used a range of graphite scaling from B-8B, spanning a total of 48 hours actual drawing time.
A non traditional approach to depicting Santa Claus, I imagined him waning through the snow at night. Lantern in hand and lonesome, Claus is left with an expression of heightened senses upon his face.
Trying something new here. This piece was commissioned as a Christmas present. It’s a freehand of a logo which belongs to a bike club called the Bad Boyz. I do not own the rights to this logo, but I had a lot of fun bringing the logo to life.
I used professional markers to create this piece. The final product ended up being 11×8.
Senna was the first piece I was commissioned to draw, as well as the first pet portrait I attempted. I was originally contracted to sketch Senna by my friend Abby. Although Senna is not her dog, the German Sheppard belongs to her boyfriend. The portrait was gifted to him as a birthday present.
This piece took roughly 10 hours to produce. I used an array of H as well as B leads to complete the portrait.
I enjoyed drawing Senna. The fur took quite a bit of time to detail, but I was pleased with the end result.