This piece was a meditation on a theme, based on a technique I picked up and modified slightly in which the pen is drawn from a single point to another edge of a bounding shape (in this case, a flower petal.)
This piece is a personal favorite, and was a surprising amount of work. It was inspired by the unique look that the Glaze pens give to paper – The ink sits on top of the page, giving it a glossy, glass-like appearance. This makes the resemblance to stained glass really striking in person.
Perspectives was around twenty-four hours of work, and incorporates a variety of three-dimensional objects that blend into one another at various scales.
This is a recent ‘going-to-bed’ piece; I’d work on it just before falling asleep. I had it in my head to create a crazy and convoluted device of unknown intent, then fill in around it with abstract elements.
This was a piece I did in my ‘thinking time’ at my day job. It’s far from my best work, but it has some elements that I enjoyed creating.
This piece required about twenty hours of concentrated work, and incorporates material that represents events that occurred in my life during its production, including the arrival of the New Horizons mission at Pluto.