Scarf head.

Another Christmas break one. I was cold.

Oh, and what's with the pastels colors?! Lately I've seemed to be going with lighter colors. Huh.


Painting on Christmas

I got a block of Canson watercolor paper and some new gouache for Christmas. Here's something I did with them today.


Some new old stuff

These are all from sketchbooks from about a year ago.
Most of them are really quick, bizarre sketches. Things I draw when I'm not working on school work.

Sorry for the poor quality!

No amount of bribery could force tennis legs to cheat in the game.

Pillowlegs was upset that she didn't make callbacks.

She enjoyed showing off her new legs to the other 'shrooms.
Toaster Oven legs hadn't had a very good morning.

Exit sign legs was sick and tired of leading people out doors, so she decided to run away...

iPodlegs wanted to dance!
Robo-legs had had ENOUGH.

Creme puff legs decided that crossing the railroad tracks was a sport of imbeciles...

Decapitated cat head legs was running low on patience.

Eyelegs had to pee.
Kidneylegs couldn't find his twin anywhere.


Hazards of Love 1

did this for my Plein Aire paintings class (I know...it's not much of a landscape, but I do what I want.)

It's inspired by The Hazards of Love 1 by the Decemberists. Go listen to it.

Also I'm going to be scanning it sometime, so I'll put a better copy of it on here later.


The Gray King

I did this for my Senior Illustration Studio 1 class. The assignment was to do our dream project. Something we've always wanted to do. So I chose to illustrate something from Susan Cooper's The Gray King. This is at the end of the book when Will is starting to wake the sleepers. The swans come out before the sleepers.

This is done with Gouache.


I finished the illustrations for a short story that is going to be published in BYU's science fiction journal Leading Edge. The story is about killer mermaids who live in a spring that is the source of water for some orange groves. Every eclipse the orange farmers lure divers into the spring to be killed, which makes their trees really healthy and stuff. It's pretty cool. Also creepy.


Some new stuff

This first one I did about a year ago, and then I did a re-do. The third one is what it turned out like. For class we had to take a piece and redo it and make it better.

I think the finished one turned out a lot better than the very first one.

Here's a really mediocre landscape that I did for my plein aire painting class. It's of Utah Lake. The second one is of a lady with an eye patch with the same landscape behind her. All I have felt like drawing lately have been people with eye patches.


Some sketchbook items

Some crap from my sketchbook

Winter 09

I'm finally putting up some stuff from this last semester. The Ella ones are continued from this post: http://hannahs-art.blogspot.com/2009/02/beginnings-of-ella-enchanted.html

Ella when she is breaking the curse. Spot Illustration.

Stealing Hattie's wig at finishing school.

Char finding out who "Lela" really is.


This was for an article about growing your own organs.

I don't remember what this was for...

This was for an article called "Where is Global Warming?"

This was for an article about social anxiety.


more English 374

I finished up all the banners today. here are the remaining 4 that I did today.


English 374

This is the course I am currently working on for work. I only have one more Unit to go, and then I'm done, and I go to Wales!

It's about British Romantic Poets....though, they are looking a bit weird now that they are uploaded. Usually the illustrations are a little more crisp looking than this.