Friday, March 9, 2012

It's Friday, Friday!

Quick doodle from work: My boyfriend in a field of dreams/cats.

My cat's name is Friday, and no, I didn't name her after the song. Her name was hers way before the song came out. Anyway, I love my fatty cat. Some whatever doodles to relieve boredom:

Sunday, February 19, 2012

Meredith and Ethan

A few years ago, I did some storyboards for the amazing and lovely Meredith Berg. Last year, her boyfriend proposed to her and they came up with a fantastic idea for invitations. I was too happy to help, because it's such a fucking cool idea for some pretty rad people. A comic book wedding invitation! They asked me to the cover and 2 pages of action packed kickassery. Here's what we came up with!
So today, I received a nice surprise! The invitation in its final glory :oD (here's a crappy photo from my phone)
Woot! Congrats!!!

Sunday, November 13, 2011


sketch of model, Kristina Paulk, whome I met at a PUG garage sale.

Friday, October 7, 2011


I didn't feel like doing another full "pin-up."  The scene that scared me the most when I was little was at the beginning of the movie.  Where a boy follows his little boat which ended up in the storm drain....where It was waiting.  I always feared and hated crossing over storm drains....they were so big back then.  Now that I've grown bigger, the fear went away since my body would be too big to drag down.
Although, I don't think I was afraid of clowns.....just the storm drains.

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Nightmare on Elm Street

So after making the Blair-raiser, I decided to try to do a monster a day just for fun--in the spirit of Halloween.  Not sure if this is ni Mary Blair style, but who cares.  Done in photoshop.  I love horror movies, so this should be enjoyable :o)  My favorite guy: Freddy!
I'll have to redo Pinhead, as it was rather sloppy and done hastily for a facebook convo.


Pinhead from Hellraiser.  Meets Mary Blair.

Because a Mary Blair exhibit and a Hellraiser triple feature are at the same night (Oct 20)....and I wish I can go to both.  But alas, I think Hellraiser wins this round.  There's a Mary Blair exhibit at the gallery in Disneyland, and it is enjoyable.


Glad to hear that the app is being programmed! From Peter's post about the app he art directed (how cool is that!)  He really had a great direction with this, and he and I did amazing work together.  Go check it out at his blog!  I'm looking forward to it :o)