Young Medusa
Young Medusa

Middle grade project about pre-teen Medusa who’s struggling with puberty, an identity crisis and attending a new school. Like Alice in Wonderland, this story is a fantasy adventure set in an underwater world where Medusa finds her confidence.

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Young Medusa
Young Medusa

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Young Medusa
Young Medusa

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Young Medusa
Young Medusa

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Inuit Girl
Inuit Girl

Picture book story of Yuka (Yoo-kah) and her animal friends who set off on a journey to save their melting arctic home.

[pencil]

Inuit Girl
Inuit Girl

Study for scene from picture book story

[pencil]

Poisonous Puppies
Poisonous Puppies

Inktober prompt: Poison

Glenda held up the result of her new spell recipe: poisonous puppies.

[pen and ink]

Tranquil Music
Tranquil Music

Inktober prompt: Tranquil

Bear, fox and rabbit were a musical trio that liked to perform on tranquil water.

[pen and ink]

The Experiment
The Experiment

Inktober prompt: Roasted

Wearing her bubble wrap dress (just in case), Evie attempted what had long been deemed as too precarious in Mouseville, roasted corn.

[pen and ink]

Frankenpie
Frankenpie

Inktober prompt: Slice

It was a dark and stormy night when Lisbeth stitched together with whipped cream slivers of her mother’s apple, cherry and chocolate pies to create the perfect slice.

[pen and ink]

Love Jolt
Love Jolt

Inktober prompt: Jolt

It was just a play, but they were both jolted by the feeling of love at first sight.

[pen and ink, digital]

Scorched
Scorched

Inktober prompt: Scorched

“Ooh, sorry doll,” said the gum-chomping salon girl. “I forgot you was under this drying hood. Ummm, don’t worry. It’ll grow back.”

[pen and ink, fire, digital]

Young Henry Jekyll
Young Henry Jekyll

Inktober prompt: Bottle

Henry Jekyll felt that the goldfish incident drove him to bottle up his emotions, particularly because they were gravely inappropriate.

[pen and ink, digital]

Bee-loved
Bee-loved

Inktober prompt: Swollen

Despite their swollen faces due to anaphylactic shock, they felt a deep connection.

[pen and ink]

They heard a noise
They heard a noise

Inktober prompt: Clock

Suddenly alert, Dog didn’t have to consult his bespoke timepiece collar to know in his bones that it was suspiciously late for trick-or-treaters.

[pen and ink]

He heard a noise
He heard a noise

Inktober prompt: Weak

Although Edgar was the epitome of Vulcan restraint 364 days out of the year, he indulged in his one weakness on Halloween, staying up late until he savored his entire candy collection. And that’s when he heard a strange noise.

[pen and ink]

The twin heard it, too.
The twin heard it, too.

Inktober prompt: Angular

Margo and Millie, bewitched by angular shapes, were building Halloween costumes when they thought they heard a window creak open.

[pen and ink]

Cruel Costume
Cruel Costume

Inktober prompt: Cruel

Every Halloween, the Sweets children were forced to share a costume designed by their cruel dentist parents, and forbidden to come home until they handed out brochures and sugarless lollipops to all the neighbors. Only Matthew Sweet, a zen Buddhist, found joy in the ritual.

[pen and ink]

Flowing cats
Flowing cats

Inktober prompt: Flowing

Of the hungry cats flowing through her house, there was one she secretly favored.

[pen and ink]

Book request
Book request

Inktober prompt: Precious

Bunny was always trying to extend her precious bedtime story readings, enticing Mama with interesting books.

[pen and ink]

Star
Star

Inktober prompt: Star

Even in their humble makeshift costumes, the Lee sisters shimmied brightly.

[pen and ink]

Exhausted
Exhausted

Inktober prompt: Exhausted

Though they exhausted all their mental powers, Meryl and her father could never connect with each other.

[pen and ink]

Drooling
Drooling

Inktober prompt: Drooling

Hanna and Hans liked Miss Suarez’s sour gummy snakes so much they returned for more.

[pen and ink]

Young Medusa
Young Medusa
Young Medusa
Young Medusa
Inuit Girl
Inuit Girl
Poisonous Puppies
Tranquil Music
The Experiment
Frankenpie
Love Jolt
Scorched
Young Henry Jekyll
Bee-loved
They heard a noise
He heard a noise
The twin heard it, too.
Cruel Costume
Flowing cats
Book request
Star
Exhausted
Drooling
Young Medusa

Middle grade project about pre-teen Medusa who’s struggling with puberty, an identity crisis and attending a new school. Like Alice in Wonderland, this story is a fantasy adventure set in an underwater world where Medusa finds her confidence.

[ink]

Young Medusa

[ink]

Young Medusa

[ink]

Young Medusa

[ink]

Inuit Girl

Picture book story of Yuka (Yoo-kah) and her animal friends who set off on a journey to save their melting arctic home.

[pencil]

Inuit Girl

Study for scene from picture book story

[pencil]

Poisonous Puppies

Inktober prompt: Poison

Glenda held up the result of her new spell recipe: poisonous puppies.

[pen and ink]

Tranquil Music

Inktober prompt: Tranquil

Bear, fox and rabbit were a musical trio that liked to perform on tranquil water.

[pen and ink]

The Experiment

Inktober prompt: Roasted

Wearing her bubble wrap dress (just in case), Evie attempted what had long been deemed as too precarious in Mouseville, roasted corn.

[pen and ink]

Frankenpie

Inktober prompt: Slice

It was a dark and stormy night when Lisbeth stitched together with whipped cream slivers of her mother’s apple, cherry and chocolate pies to create the perfect slice.

[pen and ink]

Love Jolt

Inktober prompt: Jolt

It was just a play, but they were both jolted by the feeling of love at first sight.

[pen and ink, digital]

Scorched

Inktober prompt: Scorched

“Ooh, sorry doll,” said the gum-chomping salon girl. “I forgot you was under this drying hood. Ummm, don’t worry. It’ll grow back.”

[pen and ink, fire, digital]

Young Henry Jekyll

Inktober prompt: Bottle

Henry Jekyll felt that the goldfish incident drove him to bottle up his emotions, particularly because they were gravely inappropriate.

[pen and ink, digital]

Bee-loved

Inktober prompt: Swollen

Despite their swollen faces due to anaphylactic shock, they felt a deep connection.

[pen and ink]

They heard a noise

Inktober prompt: Clock

Suddenly alert, Dog didn’t have to consult his bespoke timepiece collar to know in his bones that it was suspiciously late for trick-or-treaters.

[pen and ink]

He heard a noise

Inktober prompt: Weak

Although Edgar was the epitome of Vulcan restraint 364 days out of the year, he indulged in his one weakness on Halloween, staying up late until he savored his entire candy collection. And that’s when he heard a strange noise.

[pen and ink]

The twin heard it, too.

Inktober prompt: Angular

Margo and Millie, bewitched by angular shapes, were building Halloween costumes when they thought they heard a window creak open.

[pen and ink]

Cruel Costume

Inktober prompt: Cruel

Every Halloween, the Sweets children were forced to share a costume designed by their cruel dentist parents, and forbidden to come home until they handed out brochures and sugarless lollipops to all the neighbors. Only Matthew Sweet, a zen Buddhist, found joy in the ritual.

[pen and ink]

Flowing cats

Inktober prompt: Flowing

Of the hungry cats flowing through her house, there was one she secretly favored.

[pen and ink]

Book request

Inktober prompt: Precious

Bunny was always trying to extend her precious bedtime story readings, enticing Mama with interesting books.

[pen and ink]

Star

Inktober prompt: Star

Even in their humble makeshift costumes, the Lee sisters shimmied brightly.

[pen and ink]

Exhausted

Inktober prompt: Exhausted

Though they exhausted all their mental powers, Meryl and her father could never connect with each other.

[pen and ink]

Drooling

Inktober prompt: Drooling

Hanna and Hans liked Miss Suarez’s sour gummy snakes so much they returned for more.

[pen and ink]

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