This page contains my original art. Hope you enjoy it!
This one wasn't a completely original illustration, as I used a photograph as my source. But I do think it's been modified sufficiently to qualify. Either way, I'm very proud of it.
Continuing with the superhero theme (and probably the same storyline), this Batman illustration was created using the same methods as the Robin comic cover. Although, the final product included quite a bit more original art.
College Changes a Boy
This piece was created completely from scratch (sketched on paper, scanned, and then inked and colored in Photoshop) as a tribute to a truly wonderful story called College Changes a Boy by an author named Taylor Jordan. I've always been able to draw, but I'd never considered incorporating my computer into the process. Either way, this was a very good first attempt.
Untitled Interracial Sissy Illustrated Story
When I first started this, I didn't intend for this to be a multiple frame story. I was just sketching, and I came up with the first frame, and, well, I think I sort of bit off more than I could chew. I don't know if I'll ever finish it, but I did learn a lot from creating these.
The first drawing is probably the best of the bunch. It's the style I felt most comfortable with.
This is one of my favorite illustrations for a few reasons. First, I love the idea of a boy wanting to become a a male cheerleader and ending up as feminine (or more) than the girls. It's just so outrageous that it can't be anything but exciting (for me at least). The blatantly feminine body, stance, and attire juxtaposed with the short hair, lack of breasts, and story just hits all the right buttons for me.
Originally, it was going to be part of an interracial college "brochure" idea that I'd had, but I chose to go a different route.