Check out the article I helped illustrate with Thao Do for UCSC’s science writing program. It was so much fun and allowed me to focus on geology…it’s been awhile:
I would love to be posting photos of my new art pieces; however, I am interning at the Monterey Bay Aquarium and the illustrations I am creating for them are not allowed to be posted. :( Hopefully soon I will have some time to myself where I can illustrate pieces for my own use. I will do my best.
This piece was done in ink with a coquille pen. It was then colorized in Photoshop (my first ever photoshop colorization!)
Lady!!! I love that fishes illustration, with all the kelp and stuffs! when did you do that and did you finish it?!?!?! PS i miss you:) Also, i wanna buy prints from you but i have NO money. But just don't forget about me cuz one day ima buy some sweet prints once i actually get paid.
Haha, thanks Terra :) I did the fish drawing to try to build my portfolio with more marine illustrations but i never could figure out how to finish it. Hope you’re doing well!
Quick sketches for a project for the marine sanctuary
My orca illustration showing the orca hunting process of wave washing. This process requires multiple whales to swim close to one another, at high speeds, towards the ice floe. They then dive under the ice, creating a wave that either breaks up the ice or knocks the seal from the floe, making it easier to eat.
This piece was done using photoshop.
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A shrike impaling its prey on thorns. Gruesome but fun to illustrate!
Shrike impaling its prey on bush thorns. This illustration was done in gouache.
The Sweat Bee…deliciously blue. Done in photoshop. I had so much fun doing all the fuzz.