Here is an illustration I did for the May issue of Highlights High Five.
Here’s a recent illustration I did for the joke page in the April issue of Clubhouse Jr. Magazine. Sketch:
This image is from last year, but I like how it turned out so I thought I’d share it. At the SCBWI Canada East Conference back in October 2014 the illustrators in attendance had a pre-conference assignment. Our task was to interpret the characters and produce a page from the Bear and Lolly manuscript (published […]
This is a double page pull out game board I illustrated for the April issue of Click Magazine.
Here’s a 2 page spread I did for Clubhouse Jr. Magazine back in October:
Here’s a few spot illustrations I did for the Clubhouse Jr. Magazine joke page back in February: What do you call a ship that gets covered in jam? The Jelly Roger. What do you call a kiss from a cow? A moo-ch. What form of martial arts do loaves of bread practice? Tae kwon […]
(Click image for larger version) Here’s a fun puzzle illustration I did for the back cover of the March 2015 issue of Clubhouse Jr. Magazine. There are 24 items hidden in the scene that begin with the letter “L”. Can you find them all? If you are stuck, the initial sketch is below with a […]
(Click image for larger version) Here’s another fun puzzle illustration I did for the March 2015 issue of ChickaDEE Magazine. Below you can see one of my initial sketches – Note how the pool area was repositioned.
I’m very excited to announce the new Scientifically Correct kids book I made with Zach Weinersmith (SMBC) and Henry Reich (Minutephysics). Astronomically Correct Twinkle Twinkle is an illustrated astronomy lesson written in verse. Learn about black holes, why stars actually twinkle, and more in this fun, educational retelling of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star. The book […]
One of my illustrations for the Spot the Differences Puzzle page in the December issue of ChickaDEE Magazine. This was the first image, and the second image had 10 differences Here’s how it appeared in the issue:
These are some illustrations I completed earlier this year for Scholastic Canada’s Literary Place “Explore!” magazine. These illustrations are for a story about the greenhouse effect entitled: “The Case of the Gooey Chocolate”.
This is an illustration I completed earlier this year for Scholastic Canada’s Literary Place book “A Curious Case of Poetry”. The title of this poem was “Bandit”. It’s about a family dog who sneaks around stealing his owners possessions! Here are some of the preliminary sketches: