I've been illustrating since I was old enough to hold a crayon. Back in the early 90's I was painting and airbrushing vehicles until I started taking classes at IVY tech in Freehand, Illustrator, Quark, and Photoshop. The computer was a natural extention of my skills WITH UNDO! It has taken decades for the tech to catch up to me, and it is finally here. This year I bought a cintiq monitor which allows me to draw right on the screen. Every moment with it has been a dream. From Photoshop to vector illustrations, the cintiq has cut my work time in half! No longer do I sketch/scan/print/change/scan over and over. It's all done digitally.

"Gramps"

"Gramps"

A page from the "Hoo Hoo Hoo Hoosiers" children's book illustrated in 2016

"Flatwoods Monster"

"Flatwoods Monster"

One of the illustrations for my upcoming coloring book (Vector)

"lovebug"

"lovebug"

Commission (acrylics)

"Racing can be Murder"

"Racing can be Murder"

Painting for series of books by Speedway Mystery Writers (Watercolor)

"Page 14"

"Page 14"

Digitally painted page from "Learning about our Ocean"

"Elderthing"

"Elderthing"

Detail of coloring page for "Color On" magazine (Vector)

"Troop 51"

"Troop 51"

Boy scout logo for a Japan trip (Vector)

"Engine parts"

"Engine parts"

Have done thousands of technical illustrations like this (Vector)

"Spanish characters"

"Spanish characters"

Illustrations for Spanish language book (Vector)

"5K Sausage Run"

"5K Sausage Run"

5k race logo (Vector)

"Octopus"

"Octopus"

Experiment with shading and line width (Vector)

"Holy Trinity"

"Holy Trinity"

Brochure art (Vector)

"Page 8"

"Page 8"

Sister Theodora coloring book page (Vector)