Little Foolery is a banner name for a partnership between myself and Alex Singer, my favorite writer and my best friend. The year 2019 marks the 10th anniversary of us creating stories together, so I commissioned 26 artists to commemorate every story release between 2009-2018. My own piece is a collage composition to commemorate the occasion.
Like most people, got swept up in the Hamilton craze when it was first picking up steam. I was lucky enough to be early enough on the hype train to grab a ticket with the original cast, and managed to grab one right at the front row on the cheap as a birthday gift for myself (bought it for a showing 8 months ahead, but still!). What a show to make my first New York broadway play ever.
At around the time of my showing, I got invited on the infamous zine organized by Arielle Jovellanos, and the day after my showing it was announced LMM would end his run on the stage. It was fate as far as I was concerned.
For a play about making history in the moment, it truly was historical for me to see this play in New York in That Moment. Truly a piece of art I can say impacted my life significantly, and for the better.
Odin Sphere is one of my favorite games, though I haven't drawn as much art for it as I'd like. I loved the remastered port for the PS4, Leifthrasir, and drew this set shortly after playing in 2016.
(I enjoy thinking of an alternate timeline where Mercedes grows up as an experienced fairy queen and Ingway is her court wizard...)
Muramasa: Rebirth (the re-localized PS Vita port of Oboro Muramasa) was a game I lived in for 2013-2014, I played it so much. Naturally, I also drew a lot for it.
Generally I'm a big fan of Vanillaware games in both story and character art, and I've always been deeply attracted to ayakashi lore, so Muramasa was right up my alley.
I sure drew Overwatch a lot for a game I never played and never will play.
Drawn mostly through 2016-2017.
I found out how to have Disqus installed onto this blog function, so the comments have been switched over! Sorry for those who already commented, those are gone... but they live on in my heart.
Drawn circa 2015-2016. Final Fantasy 7 defines me as a person, no biggie.
I have a zine full of tribute art in progress for the longest time... I'm hoping I finish it before the Remake comes out.
I'm a huge fan of the Fate franchise, which is exactly like being a fan of Playboy for the articles.
Anyway, I rewatched Fate/Zero earlier this year, and I'm enjoying absorbing Fate lore from my friends who submit to the gacha hell that is Grand Order, so I decided to put my old art up.
Drawn circa 2015. I title this "Dragon Age Inquisition" like I care about the game and not just specifically anything related to The Iron Bull.
(although Josephine and Dorian could come too)
Diana Wynne Jones is one of my favorite authors. One of my bucket list items is to draw a massive fanbook of her entire library, once I feel like I'm "there" as an artist and as a person. But until then, here are some works I did for her books in the past decade!
Art circa 2013-2014.
So I love DRAMAtical Murder. Aoba may be my favorite character of all time, and Koujaku is great husband material. I'm unironically extremely excited for the localized release.
The webcomic "Agents of the Realm" by Mildred Louis is pretty amazing! It's going through a reboot so it's the perfect time to read it and be introduced to it.
I had the honor of doing a guest piece for it a while ago!
I also did some doodles of the protagonist, Norah. She's so expressive.
Anyway, please check the comic out! It's wonderful!!!
A light-novel serial story I'm working on at Little Foolery with Alex! The third chapter just recently went up, so it's a good time to be introduced to it. Currently aiming to have a chapter up a month, but come 2019 will work on bi-weekly releases.
If you want to be on the ground floor with keeping up with updates of new chapters, I personally recommend following LF's ko-fi or signing up to LF's newsletter.
A warm-up session that got a bit out of control. Drawn in 2017 shortly after Dream Daddy's release.
The Captive Prince trilogy by C.S. Pacat was a wild ride. Nothing says true love like conquering and murder. Love these books.
So I had the honor to do the lines for The Legend of Korra, via Dark Horse’s 2018 contribution to Free Comic Book Day. Colors by the amazing @viivus !!
Also available to read via Dark Horse for free here.