artist scanner

“why do you use crayola colored pencils and copy paper”

“why do you use ms paint and”

“why do you draw with a mouse and not a tablet”

“why don’t you use a good digital camera and not your laptop/camera phone”

“stop showing me a picture of an empty wallet”


Uchikawa Reo as Ciel Phantomhive for Kuroshitsuji Musical~Noah’s ark circus~2016
(Pictures from my own pamphlet, visual book and photoset. Please, don’t forget to credit the musical, the artists and my tumblr if sharing. Thank you)

Here’s the poster for my senior design show! April 22nd, reception 5-9pm at sugar city in Buffalo! Stop over for glitchy goodness, free food and refreshments, and a fun time!

I’ll be selling poster prints of work in this style, and possibly patches, a pin, and t shirts (depending on if I run out of time/money over the next month!)

I’m extremely excited with the direction my show is taking and I’m looking forward to seeing a lot of you there. It’ll mean a lot if any (or all) of you show up!


I have been powerfully busy, and mostly with projects I can’t show yet, in addition to eleventy billion remarques (tiny original paintings) for my duck stamp prints. I am working on non-personal stuff every possible moment of the day that I can. However, during times that I can’t work on my assignments (such as during a prolonged power outage, or when I am not home), I have some time to draw, so I have been doodling dragons and chickens, as these are things I can pull out of my bu–… er… head. I slap some watercolor on them when I have the chance, for some simple color. These all have iridescent pigments which, as any artist knows, scanners just can’t capture.

Top left to bottom:
“Black and Gold Chicken Orb”
“Gold and Blue Chicken Orb”
“Homage to the Red Hen”
“Glorious Dee”
“This Is Normal.”

All are ink and watercolor.
That chicken is the dragon’s friend. Many dragons have chicken friends. Don’t you disagree with me on this I will fight you. Chickens are polite to dragons and retrain from pooping directly on them, so don’t you even worry about that.


Credit to Ben Bocquelet, Gene Kelly, Stanley Donen, Betty Comden, Adolph Green, and especially @tardisman14 for putting these two together.