When I was a kid, I was obsessed with the collectible card game Rage and its parent RPG, Werewolf: the Apocalypse. The lavishly illustrated cards and books introduced me to some of my favorite artists and inspired me to make up my own cards. I’m still not happy with how I draw humans, so lately […]
When I don’t know how to help a friend in dire straits, I often draw something for them. This particular friend adored otters and Lilo & Stitch. At one point I knew what he was saying, but since I wrote the translation inside the card and mailed it, I no longer have any idea.
My husband made this joke after reading Watership Down. I turned it into a t-shirt and it’s my number one seller on Redbubble. Buy the T-shirt
Back when I was watching a lot of My Little Pony (I blame The Boy), I did a series of Equestrian holidays, pairing each holiday with one of the Mane 6. I absolutely loved drawing Applejack and her swirling leaves.
The Boy started developing a roleplaying game set in an alternate future Equestria in which Discord defeated the Mane 6. Naturally, I created the art. Honestly, if I could make a living with RPG art, I would.
I’ve obsessed about “developing a style” for years, often by copying artists I love in an effort to find out what made them so beautiful. This sketch was my take on one of Quinton Hoover’s masterworks. Mr. Hoover, if you ever read this, you inspired teenage me in ways I can’t describe.
The Boy started developing a roleplaying game set in an alternate future Equestria in which Discord defeated the Mane 6. Naturally, I created the art. These player character archetypes were especially fun to draw. After working on Resistance is Magic, I switched from Sketch N’ Wash pencils to the more fluid Copic brush pens. SnW […]
Back when I was watching a lot of My Little Pony, I had a dream that Princess Celestia tasked Discord with showing a bunch of stuffy diplomats around Equestria. Annoyed, he wrote her a letter.
I was one of the maybe dozen people in the world who played the collectible card game Rage in the mid-to-late 90’s. Rage and its parent game, Werewolf: the Apocalypse, inspired me to start illustrating for role-playing games when I was about 12. I copied my favorite artists’ work and designed my own cards. I’ve […]