Monday, January 30, 2012


Rosalina from Super Mario Galaxy, in marker and white ink.

Sunday, January 29, 2012

An even neater thing!

This is but a small preview of the illustration I have published in latest issue of the online magazine Ink and Fairydust. Click the title to go and see the whole picture, as well as a lovely blueful cover illustration by Mary Sullivan and graphics editing by Shaylynn Rackers, and a whole lot of great stuff about fairy tales.

Sketch and a neat thing

Usually my composition sketches for larger pictures are too messy and indistinguishable to display, but this one, a Professor Layton fanart that I would like to oil paint in an Impressionisty style, is rather nice.

The other day I was sawing upholstery foam with a bread knife to make a new inside for a couch cushion. From the haphazard way I cut it, it ended up looking pretty cool.

Friday, January 27, 2012

Front page!

Article about the Ordinariate on the front page of the Vatican newspaper featured the Coat of Arms design!

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Luminous Mysteries Coloring pages for sale

I have noticed that a great percentage of people come to my blog for the coloring pages of the Luminous Mysteries. And I am grateful to Family in Feast and Feria for the link.

I've been working on a website for selling all sorts of art, prints, stationary, but that'll be a while in coming. So for now, if you would like to buy full-page, high resolution images of the Luminous Mysteries coloring pages for $5, images you can print and use as many times as you like, please go here.

An old enemy

I was looking through old sketchbooks for something to turn into a quick but presentable little vignette. I found a sketch of an old character made with a friend, and made this of it.

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

sketches from the small book

Contains mermaid nudity.

I haven't had much time lately to draw things that can be displayed here before the job is complete, but here are some sketches and doodles from the little blank book I keep in my purse.

Sunday, January 8, 2012

Transparent like Gauze

After what I said about the vocaloid Miku Hatsune figuring the soul, this illustration of her as Hans Christian Andersen's Little Match Girl at the moment of death seems fitting for Epiphany.

Monday, January 2, 2012

Coat of Arms of the Ordinariate of the Chair of Peter

I had the incredible honour of contributing to the design development and doing the final design of the coat of arms of the U.S. Anglican Ordinariate, which was officially announced yesterday and today as the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of Peter under the Protection of Our Lady of Walsingham.

You can learn more about it here.